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    1896 Cent Pattern, Judd-1767A, PR65

    1896 1C One Cent, Judd-1767A, Pollock-1981, Low R.7, PR65 NGC. 46.0 grains. Charles Barber's pattern for a uniform coinage in the cent and nickel denominations. The obverse has a shield as the central design element, crossed poles behind, one has a liberty cap atop and the other an eagle. E PLURIBUS UNUM, 13 stars, and the date are at the margin. The reverse is simply laid out with the denomination in the center, an olive wreath around, and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA at the margin. While these pieces are supposed to be pure nickel, in this case a metallurgical analysis was done by NGC and the content is very close: 97% nickel, 1% iron, and 1% copper. The fields are subdued with little of the reflectivity one would expect from a proof striking. Struck on a streaky planchet with a mint-made grease stain below the date. (NGC ID# 2AM6, PCGS# 62221)

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