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    1871 Five Cent Pattern, Judd-1050
    Three Cent Nickel Design, PR64

    1871 5C Five Cents, Judd-1050, Pollock-1184, Low R.6, PR64 PCGS. CAC. The obverse bears a portrait of Liberty similar to that used on the nickel three cent piece. The date is below and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is above the central device. The reverse depicts a reversed Roman numeral five and the word CENTS is within a wreath. Struck in nickel with a plain edge. Examples were also struck in copper and aluminum, and a single piece is known in the Connecticut State Library struck on a wide aluminum planchet. The fields on this example are brightly mirrored and there is slight contrast evident against the lightly frosted devices. Almost brilliant, showing just a hint of golden color on each side. There are few contact marks or other post-striking impairments on this lovely near-Gem. (NGC ID# 2A2L, PCGS# 61309)

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