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    1864 Indian Cent in Copper, Thick Planchet
    Judd-356a, MS65 Red and Brown
    Generous Remaining Red

    1864 1C Indian Cent, Judd-356a, Pollock-427, Low R.6, MS65 Red and Brown PCGS. CAC. Struck from the regular Indian cent dies of 1864 on a thick planchet, supposedly in copper, and lacking the L in the ribbon. This piece is certified accordingly as Judd-356a by PCGS, but it would require elemental analysis, as USPatterns.com points out, to distinguish the various experimental alloys used. The site also notes that these pieces are "extremely rare showing any red color." The generous red appearing on this piece certainly puts it in the minority. This piece is well-struck, with minor flecks and good eye appeal.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29GM, PCGS# 70525)


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    October, 2011
    13th-16th Thursday-Sunday
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