1865 Indian Cent Struck in Nickel
1865 1C One Cent Judd-406, Pollock-475, Low R.6, MS63 NGC.
Fancy 5. Snow-PT2. This dies trial piece is struck in nickel or
nickel-silver with a plain edge. The satiny cream-gray surfaces
appear unabraded. A good strike overall, with slight softness noted
on the upper headdress tips and the wreath ribbon. Census: 1 in 63,
5 finer (11/08).
MS63, Judd-406, Snow-PT2
From The Martin L. Diffenbaucher, Jr. Collection. (NGC ID# 29HR, PCGS# 70583)
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