Skip to main content
Go to accessibility notice

    Description

    1859 Indian Cent in Copper or Bronze
    Judd-230, Snow-PT1a, PR65+ Brown

    1859 DT1C Indian Cent, Judd-230, Pollock-274, Snow-PT1a, High R.7, PR65+ Brown PCGS. CAC Ex: Simpson. A regular dies trial piece, the reverse with groups of five and six leaves in the wreath, struck in copper or bronze with a plain edge. Different Judd numbers have been assigned for those in copper (Judd-230) and bronze (Judd-231), but metallurgical analysis would be required to differentiate between the two. USPatterns.com reports more than a dozen known in all. However, the last one we handled was the circulated Eric Newman example in August 2015. This high-end Gem features flashy golden-brown surfaces with vibrant accents of magenta, ice-blue, and peach-orange. Nicely contrasted and showing minimal evidence of carbon.
    Collecting Patterns – A Brief History and Commentary

    Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 11944)


    Learn more at the Newman Numismatic Portal at Washington University in St. Louis.

    Auction Info

    Bidding Begins Approx.
    December
    18th Friday
    Auction Dates
    January
    6th-10th Wednesday-Sunday
    Proxy Bidding Begins Approx.
    14 Days
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: N/A
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
    Page Views: 85
    Auction Type
    Signature®:  Heritage Live®:After Internet bidding closes, live bidding will take place through www.HA.com/Live. Your secret maximum bid placed prior to the live event will compete against the live bids. To maximize your chances of winning, enter realistic secret maximum bids on our site. Many of our proxy bidders are successful at winning lots in these auctions, and usually below their secret maximum. You can also place last minute bids directly with us by e-mailing Bid@HA.com or calling 1-866-835-3243. (Important note: Due to software and Internet latency, live bids may not register in time, so enter realistic proxy bids.)

    Signature® Floor Sessions
    Proxy bidding ends ten minutes prior to the session start time. Live Proxy bidding on Heritage Live starts 24 hours before the live session begins and continues through the session. During the live auction event, bidding in person is encouraged, and Heritage Live includes streaming audio and often video during the event.
    Track Item