Undated (1967-1968) General Motors Roller Press Experimental Cent. Judd-Unlisted, Pollock-4060. Rarity-5. Copper. Plain Edge. Control Code 30-M. MS-64 RD (PCGS). 19 mm. 48.0 grains. Coin alignment. <strong>Obv:</strong> "Lady Head" type with female portrait left surrounded by nonsensical legends. <strong>Rev:</strong> Wreath encloses nonsensical inscription. A beautiful near-Gem with lustrous light orange surfaces, blushes of pale powder blue iridescence enhance the upper and left obverse borders.<p>Struck from dies designed by Chief Engraver Frank Gasparro and supplied to General Motors by the United States Mint, this the most frequently encountered of these experimental roller press cents. The Control Code 30-M identifies this obverse die as being installed in the 30th row, middle bank of the cylinder in the press. Decidedly scarce, and a fascinating relic of this ultimately failed experiment on the part of the Mint - GM collaboration. PCGS# 531840. From the Estate of a General Motors Technical Center Employee.