1865 $1 Dollar, Judd-434, Pollock-507, Low R.7, PR63 PCGS....
Transitional 1865 With Motto Seated Dollar1865 $1 Dollar, Judd-434, Pollock-507, Low R.7, PR63 PCGS. The obverse die features the standard Seated Liberty motif used on regular-issue dollars from 1865. The reverse die consists of the familiar perched eagle design also used on circulation strikes and proofs from 1865, with the addition of a scroll above the eagle's head with the motto IN GOD WE TRUST. Struck in silver with a reeded edge. The With Motto reverse die is the same physical die that appears on regular issue Seated dollars struck from 1866 to 1870. A faint die line begins beneath the right serif of the N of IN, and passes through the G and O of GOD to the lower ribbon border beneath the D.
The USPatterns.com website states "It is important to note that two different reverses were used to strike these and two different obverse die states, one with rust by the 9th star exists, which makes it more likely that at least some of these are, in fact, 1865 products." This piece shows no die rust in the vicinity of star 9, thus making this coin a possible product from 1865. The fields are nicely mirrored, and while the surfaces are mostly brilliant there is still a significant presence of hazy gray, lilac, and golden patina over each side. (PCGS# 60619)
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