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    1876 Copper Quarter, PR63+ Red and Brown
    Judd-1455, A Very Rare Year for Patterns

    1876 25C Quarter Dollar, Judd-1455, Pollock-1604, R.8, PR63+ Red and Brown NGC. Struck from the regular quarter dies in copper with a reeded edge. It is difficult to term these pieces regular dies trial patterns. Rather, they appear to have been off-metal pieces struck for sale to collectors. The patterns and off-metal striking from 1876 are generally uncollectible. Many are R.8 or unique. The most "common" 1876 pattern is Low R.7. Only two examples of this off-metal striking are believed known. Significant mint red remains over each side with a slightly mellowed (brown) overlay. The strike is sharp throughout, and there are only a few tiny specks of carbon present.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2TR7, PCGS# 71775)


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    Auction Dates
    November, 2011
    8th-10th Tuesday-Thursday
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