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    Judd-288 1859 Shield Reverse Indian Cent MS64

    1859 P1C Indian Cent, Judd-228, Pollock-272, R.1, MS64 NGC. Snow-PT4. The transitional Pointed Bust Type of 1860. The reverse displays the oak wreath and shield design first struck for circulation on 1860 cents, instead of the simpler laurel wreath reverse used on business strike 1859 cents. Struck in copper-nickel with a plain edge. Nicely struck and satiny with subtle olive, rose, and apricot toning.

    Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 11934)


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