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A '''pattern coin''' is a [[coin]] which has not been approved for release, produced for the purpose of evaluating a proposed coin design. They are often off-metal strikes, to [[proof coin|proof]] standard or [[piedfort]]s. They are collected or studied by many [[coin collecting|coin collectors]] because of their sometimes highly elaborate designs.
A pattern coin is a coin which has not been approved for release, produced for the purpose of evaluating a proposed coin design. They are often off-metal strikes, to proof standard or piedforts. They are collected or studied by many coin collectors because of their sometimes highly elaborate designs.
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A pattern coin is a coin which has not been approved for release, produced for the purpose of evaluating a proposed coin design. They are often off-metal strikes, to proof standard or piedforts. They are collected or studied by many coin collectors because of their sometimes highly elaborate designs.

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