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    1872 Seated Quarter in Copper
    Judd-1198, PR64+ Brown

    1872 25C Seated Quarter, Judd-1198, Pollock-1338, R.8, PR64+ Brown PCGS. Ex: Simpson. Both sides feature the regular Seated Liberty quarter dollar design for the year. Struck in copper with a reeded edge. reports fewer than six examples known, but the certification totals are even lower. Aside from this PR64+ Brown, PCGS lists just one other in PR65 Red and Brown. There are another two in PR64 and PR65 Brown at NGC (6/20). Those grading events likely include at least one or two duplications. Powder-blue and lavender accents are slightly more pronounced on the reverse, while copper-orange color surrounds the stars and date on the obverse. Razor-sharp and carefully preserved.
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    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2A6A, PCGS# 61469)

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    September, 2020
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