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    I may be wrong but I think MrT is able to contact him, judging by a response from him on page 8 of this thread. Edited to add that I've just messaged MrT, so we may know shortly. Mr Dracott's views would certainly be a great help in identifying the major differences.
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    The 1854 no colons penny is decidedly scarce if not rare. Maybe once or twice a year, an example will present itself somewhere, generally in worn condition.
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    Depends on when they were made. Prior to 1883, aluminium was not commercially available and effectively a precious metal given the cost of extraction and refining. I'd say nickel or tin were more likely in this instance. Tin plating is surely the cheapest method.
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    I think I got to the silver
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