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For Grading - 1886 Indian Head Cent

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 Posted 05/18/2022  4:41 pm  Show Profile   Check paralyse's eBay Listings Bookmark this reply Add paralyse to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Lovely EF example of 1886/6 -- is that an EDS S-5, or an S-9 maybe?
Color is delightful.

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Lovely EF example of 1886/6 -- is that an EDS S-5, or an S-9 maybe?
Color is delightful.


I have not seen an example photo of Snow-9. I was thinking it was either Snow-5 or Snow-1.
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David Poliquin has one listed with a plate coin:

http://indiancentvarieties.com.fqdn...iety001.html
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David Poliquin has one listed with a plate coin:


Thanks for providing that. It is good to know what Snow-9 looks like.

I think Snow-9 has a date set a little further left than my Cent, the upper loop of the 6 is a lot different, the bottom loop of the 6 seems more bold and comes further down into the loop on my Coin.

I believe mine is either S1 or S5. I'm leaning towards Snow-1, from the few example photos I have found.
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