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1864 Two Cents in Copper-Nickel
1864 2C Two Cents, Judd-371, Pollock-440, Low R.6, PR66 Cameo
PCGS. Ex: Simpson. Regular dies trial issue of the Large Motto
two cent piece. Struck in copper-nickel (rather than bronze or
copper) with a plain edge. An exquisite Premium Gem Cameo proof,
this piece has fully mirrored fields and impressive contrast. Both
sides display light gold color with violet and iridescent
overtones. The strike is complete. Although PCGS has certified 42
examples as Judd-371, only three of those have earned the Cameo
designation, and this piece is tied with one other for the finest
of those three submissions (4/20).
Judd-371, Large Motto, PR66 Cameo
Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 800017)
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