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    1864 Paquet-Designed Quarter in Copper
    Judd-385, PR63 Red and Brown

    1864 25C Quarter Dollar, Judd-385, Pollock-453, R.7, PR63 Red and Brown PCGS. The obverse is the regular-issue Seated Liberty design of 1864. Paquet's reverse features an eagle and shield, olive, and arrows in the claws. Around, the legend UNITED STATES OF AMERICA with the denomination QUARTER DOLLAR below. Struck in copper with a reeded edge. This pattern was also struck in silver, and it much more frequently seen in that metal. Only three pieces have been traced of copper strikings. The surfaces are overly bright with much red apparent on each side. Identifiable by a long strike-through above the eagle's right (facing) wing.
    Ex: Pre-Long Beach Sale (Superior, 10/2000), lot 4428.
    From The Collection of William Rau.

    Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 70556)


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