1865 Transitional Shield Nickel Pattern
1865 5C Shield Five Cents, Judd-416, Pollock-488, High R.6, PR64
PCGS. A transitional pattern with the designs of the 1866 Rays
Shield nickel issued for circulation, but dated 1865. In the same
category of patterns as the widely collected 1856 Flying Eagle
cent, but not as well known. Struck in nickel with a plain edge.
Delicately toned pale gold and powder-blue, with minor striking
weakness in the centers. Housed in a green label holder.
Population: 9 in 64, 1 finer (12/07). (NGC ID# 29J6, PCGS# 60598)
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