1838 P50C Half Dollar, Judd-73 Restrike, Pollock-77, R.5, PR61 NGC. The obverse, once attributed to chief engraver William ...
1838 Judd-73 Pattern Half Dollar in Silver1838 P50C Half Dollar, Judd-73 Restrike, Pollock-77, R.5, PR61 NGC. The obverse, once attributed to chief engraver William Kneass but more likely the work of assistant Christian Gobrecht, depicts a draped bust of Liberty facing left with thirteen stars around the periphery and the date below. Liberty is wearing a diadem and the scroll over her hair is inscribed with LIBERTY. A flying eagle facing left dominates the reverse. The legend UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and the denomination HALF DOLLAR are around the periphery. Struck in silver with a reeded edge. This slightly mishandled specimen is generally untoned and has a few marks and pinscratches scattered about. Usual die cracks are noticed on the right side of the reverse. (PCGS# 11288)
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