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1864 No L Indian Cent in Copper or Bronze
1864 1C No L Indian Cent, Judd-356A, Pollock-427, Snow-PT1e, Low
R.6, MS66 Red PCGS. Ex: Simpson. Struck from regular-issue No L
dies, but in copper or bronze with a plain edge and on a thick
planchet. Saul Teichman writes, "at least a dozen known on
planchets of about 73 grains and are extremely rare showing any red
color. If these are truly bronze, then they may be mint errors on
wrong thickness stock." The present Premium Gem example is
overwhelmingly Red with radiant copper-orange color and a few
splashes of violet-rose. A rarity in any grade, but certainly in
this state of preservation.
Judd-356A, Snow-PT1e, MS66 Red
Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 62299)
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