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    1864 No L Indian Cent in Copper-Nickel
    Judd-356b, PR66+

    1864 1C No L Indian Cent, Judd-356b, Pollock-426a, Snow-PT1c, R.8, PR66+ PCGS. CAC. Ex: Starr-Simpson. Weight: 51 grains. Diameter: 0.751 inches. Die alignment: about 170 degrees. The regular dies for the 1864 Indian cent without Longacre's initial L, struck on a thin planchet in copper-nickel, with a plain edge. In Stack's catalog of the Floyd Starr Collection, this coin was offered as part of an 1864 proof set, but its status as a possible trial piece was noted. This remarkable Premium Gem exhibits razor-sharp definition on all design elements. The original honey-tan surfaces show a tinge of copper-red color and are impeccably preserved. Population: 1 in 66 (1 in 66+), 0 finer (1/21).
    Ex: Floyd Starr Collection (Stack's, 10/1992), lot 656; Simpson Collection.

    Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 408872)

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