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    1863 Postage Currency Ten Cent Pattern
    Judd-325, Toned PR64

    1863 10C Ten Cents, Judd-325, Pollock-390, Low R.6, PR64 NGC. The obverse design features the heraldic shield with arrows, inside an inverted laurel wreath, with the inscription EXCHANGED FOR U.S. NOTES around. The reverse shows the denomination 10 CENTS in two lines above the date, with the inscriptions POSTAGE CURRENCY above, and ACT JULY 1862 below. Struck in standard silver alloy with a plain edge. Examples are known that range from 88% silver to 96.1% silver. Deep iridescence covers each side with russet toning surrounding the devices. Significant reflectivity shines through the toning.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29F5, PCGS# 60482)


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