1870 $1 Dollar, Judd-1005, Pollock-1137, R.6, PR65 Red NGC....
Notable Gem Proof 1870 Copper Dollar Pattern, Judd-10051870 $1 Dollar, Judd-1005, Pollock-1137, R.6, PR65 Red NGC. On the obverse, a seated figure of Liberty faces left, with thirteen stars around the periphery, and the date 1870 below. Liberty supports a shield with her right hand, and holds an olive branch in her left hand. A Liberty pole is present behind the shield, and a scroll crossing the shield is inscribed LIBERTY. The reverse is of the same type used to mint regular issue Liberty Seated silver dollars. Struck in copper, with a plain edge. Boldly impressed, the present example displays highly reflective orange-red surfaces, which exhibit no contact marks worth mentioning. Some purple accents are splashed on each side, and faint fingerprint fragments reside in the obverse fields. A notable Gem, and the only proof specimen of this variety to be graded by NGC (10/03). (#81252) (PCGS# 81252)
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