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Sale 26


Lot 1466

1871 Pattern Five Cents. Nickel, plain edge. Judd-1050. Pollock-1184. Rarity-5. PCGS graded Proof 64. A seldom seen pattern issue fusing the federal issue three cent nickel appearance with a non-federal nickel reverse. Liberty's head faces left with a coronet inscribed with LIBERTY. The reverse possesses a laurel wreath enclosing a reversed Roman numeral V with the word CENTS underneath. Both obverse and revese have light gray surfaces with a faint original film on them. Liberty's device is slightly cameo against the fields. From the Harry Bass, Jr collection and denoted as such on the PCGS holder. PCGS has graded 9 in PR64, 4 in PR65 and a single PR66 as finest (PCGS # 61309) .
Estimated Value $2,100 - 2,300.
Ex-Harry Bass, Jr; Bowers & Merena, May 7-9, 1999, Lot # 1050.


 
Realized $2,300
 



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