1870 $1 Dollar, Judd-1004, Pollock-1136, R.7, PR64 Red ...
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Red Near-Gem 1870 Seated Liberty Dollar Pattern, Judd-10041870 $1 Dollar, Judd-1004, Pollock-1136, R.7, PR64 Red Cameo PCGS. William Barber's Seated Liberty design, which has Liberty seated and facing left. She holds an olive branch in her left hand, while her right hand supports a shield and a banner inscribed LIBERTY. A Liberty pole with an unknown base rises from behind the Seated Liberty. Thirteen stars fill the obverse border, save for the exergue which contains the date. The reverse is from regular issue With Motto Seated Dollar dies. Struck in copper with a reeded edge. This pattern is well struck aside from Liberty's right (facing) breast. The fields have radiant orange and gold color, and are exquisitely preserved except for an occasional carbon fleck. A curly lintmark (as made) near Liberty's throat will serve as a pedigree for future sales. This is the only example of Judd-1004 certified as Red by PCGS.
From The New Millennium Collection. (#81251) (PCGS# 81251)
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