J-0192 1C 1858 PCGS PR64
This is really a the lead test pattern for the Flying Eagle cents for 1858. It is made from copper nickel. The rarity is R-5 (31-75 minted).
Very similar in design to a regular PR FE. This coin has decent mirrors. There are NO visible problems. Both sides are an even deep golden brown/brown color. Every detail is fully struck and appears boldly. The eye appeal is fabulous!
PCGS 16, NGC 0. We highly doubt there are 16 64’s. We assume someone tried hard to make a 65 (pop 7). In regular Proof, the mintage was 80. A PR64 would sell for $10-$12,000.00. her you have a few LESS minted and a valuation of less. Sounds like a decent opportunity to us!