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1865 Cent in Copper
1865 1C Indian Cent, Judd-403, Pollock-471, Snow-PT1a, High R.7,
PR65 PCGS. Ex: Simpson. The obverse is the regular-issue design
for the 1865 Indian cent, with a Plain 5 in the date. There is
minute repunching on the top of the 1, and a diamond-shaped die
chip extends from the ribbon into the neck. The reverse has light
die polish lines from the second arrow to the border, both dies as
described for Snow PR-2. Struck in copper on a thick planchet with
a plain edge. This Gem exhibits broad, square rims and
pinpoint-sharp definition. Golden-brown surfaces display colorful
accents of blue, violet, and copper-orange.
Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 60579)
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