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    1864 Copper Dime
    Judd-381, PR64 Red and Brown

    1864 10C Ten Cents, Judd-381, Pollock-449, R.7, PR64 Red and Brown PCGS. Struck from regular issue 1864 Seated dime dies, but in copper with a reeded edge. USPatterns.com points out that these deliberately struck off-metal pieces were sold as part of sets that included the quarter, half, and dollar with the motto on the reverse. The obverse of this example is close to full red, while the reverse has definitely mellowed several shades. Fully struck.
    From The Collection of William Rau.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29H6, PCGS# 70552)


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