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