1856 1C Snow-3 Flying Eagle Cent PCGS MS62 (PHOTO SEAL)

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$23,500.00

SKU: 34143642


Average Unc (9: 3,3,3) The mint state format example in a MS-graded holder. The Snow-3 is identified by a repunched date and no centering do on the reverse. These are the coins originally struck in late 1856 as a simulated regular press run. They were subsequently distributed to Congress to pass the Mint Act of 1857. This make this die pair very desirable to collectors as the Proof versions were mostly struck at a later time in a greater quantity for sale to collectors. The MS format PCGS holder (#2013) is a very important consideration as it has been difficult to get PCGS to identify any 1856 as Mint State. The coin is attractive and well struck with a few marks that are appropriate for the grade.

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Average Unc (9: 3,3,3) The mint state format example in a MS-graded holder. The Snow-3 is identified by a repunched date and no centering do on the reverse. These are the coins originally struck in late 1856 as a simulated regular press run. They were subsequently distributed to Congress to pass the Mint Act of 1857. This make this die pair very desirable to collectors as the Proof versions were mostly struck at a later time in a greater quantity for sale to collectors. The MS format PCGS holder (#2013) is a very important consideration as it has been difficult to get PCGS to identify any 1856 as Mint State. The coin is attractive and well struck with a few marks that are appropriate for the grade.

Additional Information

Grading Service PCGS
PCGS Coin Number 2013
Year of Issue 1856
Denomination Type Flying Eagle Cent
Numeric Denomination 1C
Grade MS62
PDS Grade Average Unc (9: 3,3,3)
Designation No
Mint Location Philadelphia
Strike Type Business
Circulated/UnCirculated Uncirculated
Variety Flying Eagle
Country of Origin The United States of America
Grade Add On PHOTO_SEAL
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