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    1864 Copper Cent Striking, No L Dies
    Judd-356A, MS62 Brown

    1864 1C One Cent, Judd-356A, Pollock-427, Low R.6, MS62 Brown PCGS. Struck from regular-issue plain edge No L dies, but in copper on a thick planchet. A dozen or so pieces are believed known, and this issue is rarely seen with any remaining red color. In the past some have been identified as having bronze composition, but they are most likely error strikings. The surfaces are glossy mahogany-brown and show a couple of grade-limiting ticks on the cheek. The obverse die is misaligned, causing a railroad rim between 11 and 3 o'clock.
    Ex: Long Beach Signature (Heritage, 2/2007), lot 4168.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29GM, PCGS# 60525)


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    January, 2013
    9th-14th Wednesday-Monday
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