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    MS63 Red and Brown Pattern Cent Struck
    by General Motors, Pollock-4060

    Undated (ca. 1967) General Motors Pattern Cent, Pollock-4060, R.5, MS63 Red and Brown NGC.
    General Motors pursued a coin press contract with the U.S. Mint during the 1960s. Their roller press proved to be high volume but required too much maintenance to remain operational. This example has an obverse layout similar to the Lincoln cent. The legends are nonsense. Control code 25-L. Struck in copper with a plain edge. An impressive piece, one of the finest we have seen, with virtually full original orange color on each side.


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    July, 2009
    9th-13th Thursday-Monday
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