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1864 TWO CENT PIECE


Minted in 1864, during the U.S. civil war, it was the first U.S. coin to display the phrase “In God We Trust”   It is  estimated that just 12-15 examples exist in all grades combined

Minted -  1864 - 1873
Weight -  6.22 Grams
Diameter -  23.0 mm
Edge Type -  Plain
Mints -  Philadelphia
Composition -  0.950 copper, 0.050 tin and zinc
Designer -  James B. Longacre

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The Two Cent Piece was minted from 1864 to 1873. Its weight is twice that of the
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... The first US coin to display the phrase “In God We Trust” was the Two
Cent Piece, when it was minted in 1864, during the US civil war. ...

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... Qtr in VG condition. It was only 2.5 inches deep! By far the best find of the day
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Two-cent piece
ACT TO AUTHORIZE COINAGE OF A TWO-CENT PIECE APRIL 22, 1864 An act in amendment
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Two-Cent Pieces 1864-1873
... Starved for coinage of any kind, Americans readily embraced the two-cent piece
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Two Cent Pieces
... that first appeared in 1864, during a period of ... the idea of a Two Cents Coin simultaneous
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