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    Choice Red and Brown Proof Judd-299
    Bronze 1863 Indian Cent

    1863 1C One Cent, Judd-299, Pollock-359, Snow-PT1, R.3, PR64 Red and Brown NGC. From regular issue dies, but struck in bronze (instead of copper-nickel) with medal turn and a plain edge. Rare thick planchet specimens are known, but given its recession within the older NGC holder, this appears to be the usual thin planchet variety. Business strikes of Judd-299 are also known, but the razor-sharp strike and mirrored fields ensure proof status. Toned deep mahogany-brown with lighter bands of golden-brown, sea-green, and powder-blue at the reverse periphery.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29ED, PCGS# 70454)


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    December, 2011
    8th-11th Thursday-Sunday
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