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    Silver Annular 1885 Cent
    PR66, Judd-1740

    1885 1C One Cent, Judd-1740, Pollock-1950, High R.6, PR66 NGC. Ex: Exemplar Collection. Eagle Eye Photo Seal, card included. This annular pattern cent has a central perforation, as always for Judd-1740. The obverse has UNITED STATES OF AMERICA above with the date 1885/3 at the bottom of that side. On the reverse, ONE CENT is in large letters at the top with a small shield below flanked by laurel sprigs. Blended apple-green and golden-brown toning graces satiny, fully struck, and undisturbed surfaces. Struck in silver with a plain edge.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2ALM, PCGS# 62181)


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