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    1868 Pattern Nickel Struck in Copper, Judd-632

    1868 5C Five Cents, Judd-632, Pollock-702, High R.7, PR65 Red and Brown NGC. The obverse closely resembles the contemporary Three Cent Nickel, and the reverse has a prominent Roman numeral V within a wreath of oak and olive leaves. The wreath is topped by ornate scrollwork and a six-pointed star. Struck in copper with a plain edge. Richly toned in gold, powder-blue, and ruby-red colors. A well struck Gem of this rare design that is impressively preserved aside from a faint abrasion on the reverse to the left of the denomination.
    From The Western Hills Collection.(#70849)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29NM, PCGS# 70849)


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    June, 2005
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