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    1942 One Cent Pattern in Brown Plastic
    Judd-2060, First Reverse, PR62

    1942 P1C Cent, Judd-2060, Pollock-4035, Low R.7, PR62 NGC. 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. Struck in brown plastic with a plain edge. The reverse is rotated 270 degrees. Burdette's First Reverse with the second S in STATES high and distant. The surfaces are deep brown with just the slightest hint of reddish undertone. A yellowish-colored crack (as often seen) is located on the lower left of the reverse.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2ANA, PCGS# 12215)

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