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    1859 Judd-228 Indian Cent, MS65
    Reverse of 1860

    1859 P1C Indian Cent, Judd-228, Pollock-272, Snow-PT4, R.1, MS65 NGC. A transitional pattern that combines the issued 1859 Indian Head cent obverse with the Shield Reverse first issued for commerce in 1860. Struck in copper-nickel with a plain edge. The present Gem is interesting for a broad wire rim on the reverse near 9 o'clock, caused by a slightly misaligned reverse die. The strike is nonetheless crisp except on the top of the shield. Toned sun-gold and cream-gray with minor granularity near the U in UNITED and the C in CENT.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29C8, PCGS# 11932)


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    October, 2014
    8th-13th Wednesday-Monday
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