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1868 Indian Cent in Aluminum
1868 P1C One Cent, Judd-612, Pollock-677, Low R.7, PR65 Cameo
PCGS. Ex: Garrett-Simpson. Struck from the regular-issue Indian
Head cent dies in aluminum with a plain edge. Only about 10 to 12
examples of this aluminum Indian cent variety are thought to exist
today. PCGS identifies this as the Garrett Collection coin that was
sold in November 1979 as part of the 16-piece 1868 aluminum proof
set in the first Garrett sale. A splendid Gem Cameo proof, this
piece has fully mirrored light gray surfaces with excellent
field-to-device contrast. This is the finest of just three Cameo
proofs that PCGS has certified (4/20).
Judd-612, PR65 Cameo
From the Garrett Collection
Ex: H.G. Samson (2/1882); Garrett Collection; Johns Hopkins University (Bowers and Ruddy, 11/1979), part of lot 396.
Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29N5, PCGS# 860824)
Learn more at the Newman Numismatic Portal at Washington University in St. Louis.
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