Have a nice fall with 33 new varieties! – UPDATE: Nov 12th, 2015

>>Have a nice fall with 33 new varieties! – UPDATE: Nov 12th, 2015

Have a nice fall with 33 new varieties! – UPDATE: Nov 12th, 2015

Happy Fall!

Happy Fall!

 

November 12th: I discovered that the listings for 1884 Indian Head Cents contained several errors, so I have corrected them. Two varieties were missing, so there are a total of 10 known varieties for 1884. Here are my notes:

  • 1884 MPD-001 and MPD-002 were found to be duplicate listings.
  • There are misplaced digits on 1884 RPD-001, but they have never been noted. This variety is now correctly listed as 1884 MPD-002, RPD-001. Check it out!
  • Two MPDs were missing from the online listings. They have been added as 1884 MPD-005 and 1884 MPD-006.
  • What was listed as MPD-005 because of the two missing MPDs is now correctly labeled 1884 MPD-007.
  • Errors in cross-referencing and attribution are fixed.

November 5th: The database has been updated with 33 new varieties! Many of them are cuds, but there are also new repunched dates, rusted dies, and other odd die varieties. Some of the photos are not yet online, but about 30-40 existing varieties have had their images added to their online listing.

 

  • 1863 CRK-002 - Indian Head Penny 1863 CRK-002 - Indian Head Penny

    1863 CRK-002

    Attributed to: Russell Doughty

    Cross-references
    S N/A

    Design: Shallow N
    Composition: Copper Nickel
    Strike Type: Circulation

  • 1863 CUD-027 - Indian Head Penny - Photo by David Poliquin 1863 CUD-027 - Indian Head Penny - Photo by David Poliquin

    1863 CUD-027

    Attributed to: David Poliquin

    Cross-references
    S N/A
    P42

    Design: Rounded Bust
    Composition: Copper Nickel
    Strike Type: Circulation

  • 1863 CUD-028 - Indian Head Penny 1863 CUD-028 - Indian Head Penny

    1863 CUD-028

    Attributed to: Russell Doughty

    Cross-references
    S N/A
    P27

    Design: Shallow N Reverse
    Composition: Copper Nickel
    Strike Type: Circulation

  • 1863 ODD-009 - Indian Head Penny - Photo by David Poliquin

    1863 ODD-009

    Attributed to: Craig McClain

    Cross-references
    S N/A
    P40

    Design: Rounded Bust
    Composition: Copper Nickel
    Strike Type: Circulation

  • 1864 CN RPD-006 - Indian Head Penny 1864 CN RPD-006 - Indian Head Penny

    1864 CN RPD-006

    Attributed to: Russell Doughty

    Cross-references
    S N/A

    Design: No-L
    Composition: Copper Nickel
    Strike Type: Circulation

  • 1864 L ROT-002 - Indian Head Penny - Photo by David Poliquin 1864 L ROT-002 - Indian Head Penny - Photo by David Poliquin

    1864 L ROT-002

    Attributed to: David Poliquin

    Cross-references
    S N/A
    P24

    Design: L
    Composition: Bronze
    Strike Type: Circulation

  • 1864 No-L CRK-004 - Indian Head Penny 1864 No-L CRK-004 - Indian Head Penny

    1864 No-L CRK-004

    Attributed to: Russell Doughty

    Cross-references
    S N/A

    Design: No-L
    Composition: Bronze
    Strike Type: Circulation

  • 1864 No-L RPD-011 - Indian Head Penny - Photo by David Poliquin 1864 No-L RPD-011 - Indian Head Penny - Photo by David Poliquin

    1864 No-L RPD-011

    Attributed to: David Poliquin

    Cross-references
    S N/A
    P18

    Design: No-L
    Composition: Bronze
    Strike Type: Circulation

  • 1865 Fancy 5 ODD-001 - Indian Head Penny - Photo by David Poliquin 1865 Fancy 5 ODD-001 - Indian Head Penny - Photo by David Poliquin

    1865 Fancy 5 ODD-004

    Attributed to: David Poliquin

    Cross-references
    S N/A
    P22

    Design: Fancy 5
    Composition: Bronze
    Strike Type: Circulation

  • 1872 CUD-001 - Indian Head Penny - Photo by David Poliquin 1872 CUD-001 - Indian Head Penny - Photo by David Poliquin

    1872 CUD-001

    Attributed to: David Poliquin

    Cross-references
    S N/A
    P1

    Design: Type 2 Hub
    Composition: Bronze
    Strike Type: Circulation

  • 1880 CUD-001 - Indian Head Penny - Photo by David Poliquin 1880 CUD-001 - Indian Head Penny - Photo by David Poliquin

    1880 CUD-001

    Attributed to: David Poliquin

    Cross-references
    S N/A
    P13

    Design: Type 1 Hub
    Composition: Bronze
    Strike Type: Circulation

  • 1885 CUD-001 - Indian Head Penny - Photo by David Poliquin 1885 CUD-001 - Indian Head Penny - Photo by David Poliquin

    1885 CUD-001

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    Attributed to: David Poliquin

    Cross-references
    S N/A
    P1

    Design: Type 1 Hub
    Composition: Bronze
    Strike Type: Circulation

  • 1906 CUD-001 - Indian Head Penny - Photo by David Poliquin 1906 CUD-001 - Reverse of RPD-052 - Indian Head Penny - Photo by David Poliquin

    1906 CUD-001

    Attributed to: David Poliquin

    Cross-references
    S N/A
    P1

    Design: Bold N Reverse
    Composition: Bronze
    Strike Type: Circulation

  • 1906 RPD-052 - Indian Head Penny - Photo by David Poliquin 1906 RPD-052 - Indian Head Penny - Photo by David Poliquin

    1906 RPD-052

    Attributed to: David Poliquin

    Cross-references
    S N/A
    P1

    Design: Type 2 Hub
    Composition: Bronze
    Strike Type: Circulation

  • 1907 CUD-001, RST-002 - Indian Head Penny 1907 CUD-001, RST-002 - Indian Head Penny

    1907 CUD-001, RST-002

    Attributed to: Russell Doughty

    Cross-references
    S N/A

    Design: Bold N Reverse
    Composition: Bronze
    Strike Type: Circulation

By | 2017-09-10T17:13:01+00:00 November 5th, 2015|News|4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. DVCollector
    DVCollector November 5, 2015 at 10:47 pm

    Those are some nice cuds! The 1865 Fancy 5 ODD-004 is interesting too, in how the denticles are apparently missing at those two areas. A lot of denticles on the obverse are weak too.

  2. Russ
    Russ November 6, 2015 at 10:06 am

    Yes, the 1865 Fancy 5 ODD-004 is a very interesting die failure. It is not the only ‘sunken die’ out there. I can’t recall the year, but a reverse die has been found with a sunken center. The 1865 Fancy 5 CRK-002 is a stunning bisecting die crack, and there are a couple of stupendous die failures from 1863.

  3. Russ
    Russ November 6, 2015 at 10:13 am

    Actually, I just fixed the post. I had left out the 1863 CUD-028, which was originally listed as CRK-002. That left the 1863 CRK-002 number vacant. But I happened to have a new shattered reverse for 1863, so I attributed it as CRK-002.

  4. DVCollector
    DVCollector November 10, 2015 at 10:42 pm

    Those shattered dies are remarkable–those dies weren’t striking cents for much longer. When I’m looking through IHCs, I scan probably thousands of coins, but never see cuds or breaks of this magnitude–great finds! 😀

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