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    1867 With Rays Five Cents in Copper
    Judd-572, PR63 Brown

    1867 5C Shield Five Cents, Judd-572, Pollock-648, Low R.7, PR63 Brown NGC. The regular issue With Rays dies, struck in copper with a plain edge. The rays between the reverse stars were short-lived on the Shield nickel and disappeared during 1867, creating a second subtype for the design. This particular coin has received comment on USPatterns.com: "Over a half dozen are known struck from Dannreuther die #1. The example in Heritage 4/18 appears to have received only one strike from the dies and is a later state with some obverse die cracks." As expected from Saul's description, the strike details are weak on each side. Both sides are covered with deep brown patina.
    From The Collection of William Rau.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29MD, PCGS# 60782)


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    April, 2018
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