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    1855 Judd-168 Cent, PR65 Brown
    Flying Eagle, Quarter Diameter

    1855 P1C Flying Eagle Cent, Judd-168 Original, Pollock-193, R.4, PR65 Brown PCGS. CAC. Eagle Eye Photo Seal, card not included. The crook-necked flying eagle on the obverse is similar to the design for the regular-issue Flying Eagle cent. The 5s in the date are slanted. ONE CENT is at the center reverse, inside a floral wreath similar to the large cent. The diameter is quarter-sized, nearly midway between the large and small cents. Struck from clashed dies in copper with a plain edge. This well struck Gem is smooth aside from a thin mark near star 11. The reverse is ocean-blue, and the obverse is variegated plum-red and powder-blue with orange-gold in protected areas.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29AG, PCGS# 11720)


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    January, 2015
    7th-12th Wednesday-Monday
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