1857 Flying Eagle Cent. Snow-4. Ms-64 (pcgs).

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This is the plate coin for the Snow-4 variety on page 48 of Rick Snow's 2001 book The Flying Eagle & Indian Cent Attribution Guide, 2nd Edition, Volume 1: 1856-1858. A scarce near-Gem, both sides exhibit lovely medium-tan color with highlights of rose tinting evident at all angles. Smartly impressed from the dies, with surfaces that are nearly smooth enough to warrant a full Gem grade.
PCGS# 2016.Snow-4 is a Doubled Die Obverse variety with doubling most readily evident on the eagle's eye, neck and the letters UNITE and ERICA in the legend. The hub variety is the broken wingtip.
David Hall, PCGS Founder and Director:
"It's graded MS-64 by PCGS. It is a really nice example for the grade. This coin has virtually perfect surfaces and it's absolutely 100% fully-struck… An outstanding coin for the grade…"
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This item is part of The January 2008 Orlando Rarities Sale Session One
 Tuesday, Jan 8, 2008 | 6:00 PM  Eastern

1857 Flying Eagle Cent. Snow-4. Ms-64 (pcgs).
1857 Flying Eagle Cent. Snow-4. Ms-64 (pcgs).
Lot number: 5
Seller: Bowers and Merena Auctions
Event: The January 2008 Orlando Rarities Sale Session One
Ends: Tuesday, January 8 | 6:00 PM  Eastern

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