1870 $1 Dollar, Judd-1007, Pollock-1140, R.7, PR66 NGC. ...
Possible Finest Known Aluminum 1870 Dollar Pattern, Judd-10071870 $1 Dollar, Judd-1007, Pollock-1140, R.7, PR66 NGC. William Barber's Seated Liberty design shows Liberty's right hand holding a shield, left hand an olive branch, Liberty pole behind the right elbow. The reverse is struck from regular dies. Sets were available in silver, copper, and aluminum with either reeded or plain edges. It is not known what price the mint sold these for. This obverse was also combined with the Standard Silver wreath reverse. Struck in aluminum with a plain edge. The surfaces are unoxidized and show hazy, light gray patina over each side with spectacularly deep mirrors in the fields. The only technical flaw that we see that merits mention is a shiny spot from contact over Liberty's right (facing) breast. Exceptional quality in this highly collectible aluminum pattern. (PCGS# 61254)
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