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1860 DT$5 Mormon, Copper Uniface Restrike MS RB

1860 DT$5 Mormon, Copper Uniface Restrike MS RB

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Greysheet Catalog Details (GSID: 11827)

The 1860 Five Dollars is part of a series of coins struck from 1860. The specific variety is Mormon. Struck in Salt Lake City, Utah and designated as a Business (MS) strike, this coin is made of Copper and has a rarity rating of 7.
This uniface copper "die trial" was produced by unknown parties employing the same dies used to strike regular-issue Mormon gold five dollar coins in 1860. The restrike "die trials" were made at a much later date, probably around 1897-1898, ostensibly to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Mormon settlement in Utah. (Heritage)

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GSID: 11827
Coin Date: 1860
Denomination: DT$5 / Five Dollars
Designation: MS
Mint Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Coinage Years: 1860
Composition: Copper
Variety: Mormon
Variety 2: Copper Uniface Restrike
Rarity: R-7
Strike Type: Die Trial
PCGS #: 10284

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