1858 Pattern Coins by Variety | Pattern Coins by Date

Obverse of 1858 Pattern Cent - Judd 212       Reverse of 1858 Pattern Cent - Judd 212


Variety equivalents:
Adams-Woodin ? = Judd 212 = Pollock 256 


Metal content: Copper-Nickel

Edge: Plain

Images courtesy of Superior Galleries

Significant examples:
PCGS Proof-64 (illustrated above).  Ex - Superior Galleries' "Pre-Long Beach Sale", October 1-3, 2000, Lot 4408, where it was described as follows:  "Judd-212, Pollock-256. Copper-nickel. Plain Edge. Dusky original toning; a few flyspecks.  In 1858 many Pattern cents were designed and struck. These were issued by the Mint in sets of twelve. The sets ordinarily contained pieces with 3 obverses; the flying eagle with small letters, the small flying eagle and the Indian head, each combined with the 4 reverses; the corn, wheat, cotton and tobacco wreath, the laurel wreath, the oak wreath and the oak wreath with the broad, ornamented shield. However, at least one set with the large flying eagle with large letters and the 4 reverses were issued.  In the series with the Indian head obverse, such as this Judd-212, several die variations exist."

Recent appearances:
NGC Proof 64, Pattern Indian Small Cent.  Ex - Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles, Inc.'s "Benson Collection, Part I", February 16, 18-20, 2001, Lot 1187, "Indian with Broad Shield, Judd-212, Pollock-256, Rarity-7" 

Brilliant Proof.  Ex - Stack's "65th Anniversary Sale", October 17-19, 2000, Lot 1574, "Judd 212 (R-5), Copper-nickel, PE, 71.7 grains"

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