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1918-S 1c Large S, Allen-2.16a, FS-501 MS RD

1918-S 1c Large S, Allen-2.16a, FS-501 MS RD

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Greysheet Catalog Details (GSID: 25841)

The 1918-S One Centavo is part of a series of One Centavo, Territorial obverse coins struck from 1903-1936. The specific variety is Large S. Struck in San Francisco and designated as a Business (MS) strike, this coin is made of Bronze from a mintage of 1,160,000 struck.
The S mintmark is larger than normal. This scarce die variety is one of the keys among Philippine coins struck under American sovereignty. It was one of the first Philippine die varieties to be included in the Guide Book of United States Coins. Lyman Allen opined that an S punch intended for fifty-centavos coinage was used on a centavo die, resulting in the larger than normal mintmark.
Obverse: A man is seated on a rock pedestal, his right arm on an anvil and Mt. Mayon seen in the background.ONE CENTAVO at the top periphery and FILIPINAS at the bottom.
Reverse: An eagle is portrayed in the center atop an American shield with 13 stars. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is written around the periphery with the date at the bottom.

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GSID: 25841
Coin Date: 1918-S
Denomination: 1c / One Centavo
Designation: MS
Mint Mark: S
Mint Location: San Francisco
Mintage: 1,160,000
Coinage Type: One Centavo, Territorial obverse
Coinage Years: 1903-1936
Composition: Bronze
Variety: Large S
Variety 2: Allen-2.16a, FS-501
Strike Type: Business
Diameter: 24 mm
Weight: 5.18 gr
Weight: 0.182 oz
Coin Shape: Round
Designer: Melico Figueroa
PCGS #: 90083
NGC ID: 26XL
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