Undated (1967-1968) General Motors Roller Press Experimental Cent. Judd-Unlisted, Pollock-4060. Rarity-5. Copper. Plain Edge. Control Code 2-M. MS-63 RD (PCGS). 19 mm. 48.1 grains. Coin alignment. <strong>Obv:</strong> "Lady Head" type with female portrait left surrounded by nonsensical legends. <strong>Rev:</strong> Wreath encloses nonsensical inscription. Fully original color is pinkish-orange on the obverse, somewhat lighter orange-apricot on the reverse. Both sides are highly lustrous with a bright satin finish.<p>Examples of this type were struck on the General Motors production press using dies supplied by the United States Mint. The design, attributed to Chief Engraver Frank Gasparro, features nonsensical inscriptions and legends meant solely to simulate the metal flow required to strike an actual Lincoln cent. The Control Code 2-M on the present example identifies this obverse die as being installed in the second row, middle bank of the cylinder in the press. PCGS# 531840. From the Estate of a General Motors Technical Center Employee.