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    1867 Quarter in Copper
    Judd-590, PR65 Red and Brown

    1867 25C Quarter Dollar, Judd-590, Pollock-654, High R.7, PR65 Red and Brown PCGS. Ex: Simpson. Traditionally considered a regular dies trial issue. Struck in copper with a reeded edge. These off-metal strikings were likely struck for sale to collectors as part of complete copper sets. USPatterns.com states that T. Harrison Garrett owned a set, and a double set is owned by the Iowa State Historical Department. Probably only half a dozen examples are known. This is a magnificently toned piece. The surfaces retain just a bit of deeper cherry-red color on each side; otherwise both obverse and reverse are cloaked in deep blue. Strong underlying mirrors flash strongly through the patina. A few light flyspecks of carbon are evident on each side when closely examined.
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    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29MK, PCGS# 70802)


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    September, 2020
    17th Thursday
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