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    Choice Mint State 1858 Indian Cent Pattern

    1858 P1C Indian Cent, Judd-208, Pollock-259, R.4, MS64 PCGS. In his reference, Andrew Pollock itemized certain varieties that were classified as single pattern issues in the Judd reference. Four different varieties, Pollock-253, 254, 259, and 261, are listed for the single Judd-208 issue. Of course, P-259 is considered R.4, quite common for a pattern issue, while the other three Pollock listings are all R.7. This is a lovely example with medium tan color and iridescent toning. Although certified as Mint State, it has sharp design elements and reflective fields, much like Proof strikes.(#11884)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29BN, PCGS# 11884)


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    February, 2005
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