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79 - 467/467 a R10 NGC MS63 BN Single Die Error Patriotic Civil War token


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79 - 467/467 a R10 NGC MS63 BN 10% Red mostly on one side. The Federal Government, A National Currency, Free Trade and Human Rights single die doubleheader struck in Copper and believed to be Unique. Single die double headers are one of the rarest types of Civil War tokens. These are normally thought to be the work of idle hands at the manufacturer. A token was struck uniface against another blank planchet or smooth surface then flipped over and struck again in the same manner. This usually results in the side first struck being somewhat squashed or distorted, though there is relatively little of that on this example. They can also result from an odd set of striking errors which would normally result in the same type of appearance. We sold an NGC AU55 BN example of the equally rare 62/62 in Copper for $2,600 in our February 2021 catalog sale. From the Mark Glazer collection. (2000-3000)

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