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PCGS Number: 35441 Coin Date: 1793 Denomination (Short): 1c Denomination (Long): Cent Variety: Chain AMERICA Variety 2: NC1 Desg: MS Mint Mark: P Composition: Copper Strike Type: Business Coinage Type: Flowing Hair obverse, Chain reverse Coinage Years: 1793 Mint Location: Philadelphia Diameter: 26-27 Weight (Grams): 13.48 Designer: engraved by Henry Voigt Edge: Bars and vines, with leaves Obverse Description: Lady Liberty, facing right, with wild, flowing. Hair. The word LIBERTY at the top periphery and the date across the bottom. Reverse Description: The words UNITED STATES OF AMERICA frame the outer periphery of the coin with 13 chains linked in a circle inside the lettering. The denomination of ONE CENT and the fraction 1/100 appear in the center of the chain. General Notes: "Penny Whimsy" by Dr. William H. Sheldon is the established die variety classification of the United States large cents produced betewen 1793 and 1814. There are 295 distinct Sheldon varieties, or die pairings. PCGS #: 35441 NGC ID: 223F