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    Gem Proof 1864 Copper-Nickel Cent

    1864 1C Copper-Nickel PR65 PCGS. A glittering pinkish-tan proof representative with a trace of orange patination at the margins and appreciable contrast between fields and devices. Only 370 proofs were originally produced of this final year Copper-Nickel Cent and, while some experts have estimated the number of survivors in the vicinity of 100 pieces, this cataloger would suggest that the actual number is perhaps closer to 200 specimens.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 229E, PCGS# 2265)

    Weight: 4.67 grams

    Metal: 88% Copper, 12% Nickel


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    July, 2003
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