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- Struck in Copper.
- Has a reeded edge.
- Population of 1 coin at this grade level.
- PCGS encapsulation guarantees the coin’s PR-64 BN condition.
- The slab bears a CAC sticker attesting to its eye appeal.
- Coins from the Philadelphia Mint do not feature a mint mark.
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A pattern coin is one that was struck at the Philadelphia Mint (with a few exceptions) for purposes of testing a design or concept, or perhaps from unusual die pairs, or in unusual metals, or to create delicacies for collectors, but which differs from normal circulation coins of standard design, date, and metal. As a rule, patterns are exceedingly rare coins.
This is an Exceedingly Rare Copper Restrike of an 1852 Liberty Seated Dollar. The designs on the obverse and reverse match the designs used to strike the standard 1852 Liberty Seated Dollar. The detail is exceptionally sharp due to the very limited number of strikings from the dies and the face that they were struck in Copper - a true rarity!
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The total number of coins produced at a specific mint for a particular date and mintmark combination.
|Grade||Proof - 64|
The total number of coins that have obtained a higher grade than the subject coin by a particular grading service.
|Mint Mark||P - Philadelphia (Not Shown)|
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