1860 P$5 Five Dollar, Judd-272, Pollock-320, Low R.6, PR65 Red and Brown PCGS. Struck on a ten dollar planchet as a part of...
1860 Five Dollar Pattern Struck on a Ten Dollar Planchet, Judd-2721860 P$5 Five Dollar, Judd-272, Pollock-320, Low R.6, PR65 Red and Brown PCGS. Struck on a ten dollar planchet as a part of an anti-counterfeiting effort. The obverse features a bust of Liberty wearing a triple-star ornamented cap and a ribbon inscribed LIBERTY over her shoulder. The reverse, sometimes attributed to Paquet, displays a small heraldic eagle with the tail skewed to the left. This design also has a die blunder in that the V in FIVE is actually an upside down A. Struck in copper with a reeded edge. Each side has evenly mellowed red luster, that is to say a light reddish-brown color, with a darkly toned area over the shield and scroll as well as a dab of darker patina to the left of the date. (PCGS# 12079)
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