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    1866 No Rays Nickel Pattern in Copper
    Judd-509, PR64 Brown

    1866 5C Shield Five Cents, Judd-509, Pollock-592, High R.6, PR64 Brown PCGS. The obverse is the same as that used to coin regular issue 1866 five cent pieces. The reverse design is the same as that used for regular issue Shield nickels after 1866, without rays. Struck from copper and bronze, with a plain edge. The obverse has only slightly mellowed red surfaces, while the reverse displays a dark center with a red margin. A diagonal planchet flaw to the right of the second 6 identifies this piece.
    From The Bob Simpson Collection.

    Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 60705)

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