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    1942 Judd-2060 Cent Pattern
    Struck in Brown Plastic
    Uncirculated Details

    1942 P1C Cent, Judd-2060, Pollock-4035, Low R.7 -- Planchet Flaw -- NGC Details. Unc. Part of the World War II effort to divert copper from the U.S. cent, this design was tried in various unusual materials, including red fiber and Bakelite. The obverse Liberty bust right design is based on the KM-198 Columbia two centavos. The wreath and legend reverse borrows from a Baker-155 Washington medalet. Roger Burdette's Third Reverse. Struck in brown plastic with a plain edge. This glossy chocolate-brown specimen has a shallow fragment absent at 12 o'clock, on the rim and edge. A nearly straight crack extends from 12 to 3 o'clock, and a minor vertical crack passes through the 2 in the date.

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