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    Reeded Edge Copper-Nickel 1865 Cent
    Judd-405, PR63

    1865 1C One Cent, Judd-405, Pollock-474, High R.7, PR63 NGC. Both obverse and reverse dies are the familiar Indian Head designs adopted for regular coinage in 1865. Struck in coin die alignment on a copper-nickel planchet with a reeded edge. These unusual reeded edge coins are known on both thick and thin planchets. This is a thin planchet piece. The thick planchet pieces were presumably struck on leftover planchets from 1864 Indian cents. The surfaces are light in color with just a tinge of pale red and lilac patina; otherwise bright golden-tan, as expected on a copper-nickel coin. Fully struck.
    From The Lemus Collection, Queller Family Collection Part Three.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29HP, PCGS# 60582)


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