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    1865 Quarter Eagle in Gilt Copper
    Judd-439, PR63

    1865 $2.50 Quarter Eagle, Judd-439, Pollock-512, Low R.7, Gilt PR63 PCGS. Ex: Simpson. The regular quarter eagle design for the year. Struck in copper with a reeded edge and gilted. This is one of about six known 1865 quarter eagles in copper. While we have handled several others in the past, this is the first with gilt surfaces. No mention of a gilt Judd-439 is made on USPatterns.com or in either the Judd or Pollock references. Rich yellow-gold surfaces show hints of reddish color and scattered hairlines. Design detail is tack-sharp.

    Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 535148)


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