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    Copper 1862 GOD OUR TRUST Seated Half, Judd-296

    1862 50C Half Dollar, Judd-296, Pollock-354, R.7--Corroded--ANACS. Net PR60. The obverse is of the regular die, while the reverse is similar to the regular issue of 1865 except for the legend GOD OUR TRUST sans scroll above the eagle. Struck in copper with a reeded edge. A boldly struck example of this rare pattern. Rich gold, olive, and tan colors swirl about the surfaces, which are seemingly free from verdigris and are more attractive than the ANACS net grade would suggest.
    From The New Millennium Collection. (#60446)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29E7, PCGS# 60446)


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    Auction Dates
    November, 2003
    7th-8th Friday-Saturday
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