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PT1 Laurel Ring Cent, One Tenth Silver, Perforated


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a) J-127. Billon (90% Cu, 10% Ag) Dies rotated 350 deg. No die cracks.
R6 (20 known). PCGS Has 14 Graded MS and 12 graded PR. NGC has 8 graded PR. Restrikes are R8 (how can you tell one?)
-) MS-65 PCGS (imaged above). 350 deg. die rotation. EERC (2011); Stu Fabe.
-) PR-64 PCGS. 360 deg. rotation.

b) J-129. Copper. Some were silvered at the Mint.
1) PR-66BN PCGS. Harry Bass Jr.; Bowers & Merena "Bass I" 5/99:1004; Bowers & Merena 11/01:115.
2) PR-66BN NGC.
3) PR-65RB PCGS.
4) PR-65RB ICG. American Numismatic Rarities 3/04:1004.
5) PR-65BN PCGS.
6) PR-64BN PCGS. Superior 6/00:1987.
7) PR-64BN PCGS
8) PR-63RB PCGS
9) PR-62RB PCGS. Heritage 5/03:6393 Heritage 9/04:8227; Heritage 11/04:23310;

PT2 Laurel Ring Cent, One Tenth Silver, Unperforated.


a) J-128. Billon. Plain Edge.

b) J-128a. Billon. Reeded Edge.

c) J-130. Copper. Die alignment 350 deg.
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1) PR-66RB NGC. Bowers & Merena 6/02:3164; Jones Beach Collection; Heritage 1/07:1216
2) PR-64RB PCGS. (Image above) Superior 5/93:1178; Stack's 10/03:2010; Stack's/ ANR 6/04:4675; Heritage 6/06:2861
3) PR-64RB PCGS. RARCOA "Auction '88" 7/88:1847.
4) Proof. Byron Reed; Omaha City Library.
5) Proof. J.C. Mitchelson (1913); Connecticut State Library, Inv. #11583.

d) J-128b. Silver.
1) PR-66 PCGS. Marin Numismatics 11/95.


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e) J-131. Cu-Ni. Reeded Edge. Dies aligned 190 deg.
1) Ex: Kosoff. (Image above) Heritage 7/04:7890
2) Ex: Kosoff.



PT3 Plain Ring Cent, One Tenth Silver, Unperforated.


a) J-131b. Billion. R8.

b) J-131c. Copper. R8.