A very scarce example of the 1874 restrike. 12 copper-nickel examples were struck in 1861 and then put away for 12 years. Upon rediscovery, the dies were used to strike 55 copper examples. These are highly desired. This example was just located in a New England collection. It is very attractive and much nicer than the grade suggests.
This is a very popular multi-denominational clashed die showing the obverse of an Indian cent clashed with the reverse of the Two Cent die. Full strike and the clash is very bold. An additional stock composite image is provided to show where the clash is.