1870 50C Half Dollar, Judd-934, Pollock-1040, R.7, PR63 ...
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Lightly Toned Select 1870 Half Dollar Pattern, Judd-9341870 50C Half Dollar, Judd-934, Pollock-1040, R.7, PR63 PCGS. William Barber's seated figure of Liberty faces left on the obverse. Thirteen stars surround Liberty with the date below. She supports a shield with her right hand, and holds an olive branch in her left. A liberty pole is behind the shield and a scroll crossing the shield is inscribed LIBERTY in raised letters. The reverse is the type used for regular issue Seated Halves. These pieces were sold in sets as part of complete silver sets. Struck in silver with a plain edge. Lightly toned and exquisitely struck. The fields are faintly hairlined, as is appropriate for the grade.
From the Frank O. Fredericks Collection. (PCGS# 61180)
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