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    1867 Shield Nickel Dies Trial in Copper
    Judd-573, Pollock-650, MS65 Brown

    1867 5C Shield Nickel, Judd-573, Pollock-650, Low R.6, MS65 Brown PCGS. Similar to the regular issue 1867 No Rays Nickel, but struck in copper (instead of copper-nickel) with a plain edge. Judd-573 has two variants, which slightly differ in the arrangement of the stars on the reverse. Pollock-650 has a star centered between the AM in AMERICA, unlike Pollock-649 which features the star beneath the first A in AMERICA. This boldly struck Gem has intermingled chestnut and walnut-brown colors. A network of fine die cracks on the obverse border suggest that the dies were in use prior to the production of this die trials piece. Clearly a circulation strike rather than the usual proof format for a pattern. Housed in a green label PCGS holder.

    Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 60884)

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