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1865 Indian Cent in Nickel
1865 1C One Cent, Judd-406a, Pollock-476, High R.7, PR66+ Cameo
PCGS. CAC. Ex: Simpson. From the adopted dies of 1865 with the
1 in the date even with the left edge of the truncation of the
bust. Struck in nickel or nickel-silver composition with a plain
edge. The silver-nickel alloy seems unlikely, due to the extensive
research done by David Cassel in the area of Postage Currency
patterns; basically, the two metals do not mix to form a usable
alloy. This is a remarkably bright, vibrant piece and is definitely
suggestive of a nickel alloy. Deeply reflective with starkly
Judd-406a, PR66+ Cameo
Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 534966)
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