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1863 Two Cents in Aluminum
1863 2C Two Cents, Judd-318, Pollock-383, High R.7, PR64 Cameo
PCGS. Ex: Simpson. The design is that of the issued 1864 Large
Motto two cent piece, but dated 1863. A true 1863 transitional
pattern would exhibit a Small Motto. Per USPatterns.com, Judd-318
was produced circa-1869. Struck in aluminum with a plain edge. PCGS
has certified five examples of Judd-318, including this Choice
Cameo proof and one other piece designated as a Cameo proof (4/20).
Only three or four different examples of this rare pattern are
known, per USPatterns.com. This piece displays fully mirrored light
gray fields that frame lustrous, sharply defined devices. Excellent
Judd-318, PR64 Cameo
Curious Large Motto Obverse
Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 800016)
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