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    1863 Ten Cent Pattern, PR64
    Judd-326A, Billon Alloy

    1863 10C Ten Cents, Judd-326A, Pollock-394, High R.6, PR64 PCGS. Coins were hoarded during the Civil War, and this pattern was part of an effort to replenish small change. The simple design features a shield, arrows, and wreath, somewhat similar to the eventually released two cent piece and Shield nickel. The legends define the issue as postage currency, redeemable in U.S. notes. Struck with a plain edge in a billion copper-silver alloy. Toned predominantly deep walnut-brown with blushes of golden-tan, lilac-red, and olive-green. Well struck and unblemished. Certified in a green label holder.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29F8, PCGS# 60485)


    Learn more at the Newman Numismatic Portal at Washington University in St. Louis.

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