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    1886 Cent, PR66 Red and Brown
    Scarce Type Two
    Guide Book Variety

    1886 1C Type Two PR66 Red and Brown PCGS. The lowest feather points between CA in AMERICA. This is the scarcer variety, representing about 1,750 of the 4,290 Indian Head cent proofs manufactured in 1886. Both sides of this Premium Gem are amber-gold with needle-sharp design detail. The fields are free of contact and visibly reflective. Population: 5 in 66 Red and Brown, 0 finer (6/17).(Registry values: P5)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 22A8, PCGS# 92346)

    Weight: 3.11 grams

    Metal: 95% Copper, 5% Tin & Zinc


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    August, 2017
    2nd-6th Wednesday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 15
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