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    Elusive 1858 Flying Eagle Cent Pattern, PR61
    Judd-202, Pollock-245, Snow-PT19

    1858 P1C Flying Eagle Cent, Judd-202, Pollock-245, R.5, PR61 NGC. Snow-PT19. The obverse resembles the contemporary Flying Eagle cent, but the eagle is smaller in scale. The reverse is close to the issued 1859 Indian cent. The five leaf cluster Pollock variant of this popular pattern. "About 75 pieces struck," according to Snow. Struck in copper-nickel with a plain edge. Well struck and nicely preserved with reflective fields and light chestnut-gold toning on both sides. A few faint hairlines on the obverse limit the grade.
    From The Van Treuren Collection.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29BH, PCGS# 11867)


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    Apr-May, 2009
    29th-3rd Wednesday-Sunday
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