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    1896 Charles Barber Federal Shield Cent
    Judd-1767, Brightly Reflective PR64

    1896 1C One Cent, Judd-1767, Pollock-1982, Low R.7, PR64 PCGS. CAC. The obverse has a scroll reading LIBERTY across a shield with thirteen stripes. Behind are two crossed poles, topped by an eagle and a liberty cap. E PLURIBUS UNUM is above, 1896 is below. The reverse displays ONE CENT within a curved olive sprig with UNITED STATES OF AMERICA around. Both sides have beaded borders. Struck in nickel alloy or German silver with a plain edge. The fields are extraordinarily bright and reflective on each side, showing an even layer of rose patina.
    From The A. James Evans Collection, Part II.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2AM5, PCGS# 62220)


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