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    1884 Five Cent Pattern in Nickel
    Octagonal Central Perforation
    Judd-1724, PR67

    1884 5C Five Cents, Judd-1724, Pollock-1934, Low R.6, PR67 PCGS. The Eastman Johnson "holey five cent" design. The obverse shows UNITED STATES OF AMERICA around the rim, with an inner circle of 13 stars, and the date, 1884, below. The reverse exhibits FIVE above and CENTS below, with a shield on each side. The design leaves room for the handcut central octagonal perforation. Struck in nickel with a plain edge on a thick planchet. Light gold toning covers each side. Sharply struck and mirrored surfaces. A few minuscule reverse flecks deny perfection. Housed in a green label holder, and accompanied by a circa-1994 NGC Photo Proof.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2ALB, PCGS# 62154)

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    December, 2018
    13th-14th Thursday-Friday
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