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    1858 Flying Eagle Cent in Copper-Nickel
    Judd-191, PR64, Reverse of 1859

    1858 P1C Flying Eagle Cent, Judd-191, Pollock-233, R.5, PR64 PCGS. Eagle Eye Photo Seal, card not included. Snow-PT14 with five leaf clusters in the wreath. The obverse is from a regular Flying Eagle Small Letters die, while the reverse displays the wreath introduced on the 1859 Indian cent. Struck in copper-nickel with a plain edge. Remarkably well-preserved surfaces. The fields are deeply reflective with noticeable contrast present on each side. The obverse is covered in deep red patina, while the reverse shows the more traditional honey-tan color of copper-nickel with a slight tinge of red patina on that side.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29BB, PCGS# 11840)


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    November, 2017
    2nd-4th Thursday-Saturday
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