1871 $1 Standard Silver Dollar, Judd-1133, Pollock-1270, High R.6--Obverse Double Struck in Col...
Double Struck in Collar 1871 Standard Silver Dollar, Judd-11331871 $1 Standard Silver Dollar, Judd-1133, Pollock-1270, High R.6--Obverse Double Struck in Collar--PR63 PCGS. A dollar pattern with Longacre's modified design with only 13 stars on the flag and the first and thirteenth peripheral stars closer to the base. The reverse has 1 DOLLAR as the central design element which is surrounded by a wreath of cotton and corn, and the word STANDARD above. Struck in silver with a reeded edge. More than a dozen pieces are known of this pattern. However, this is most likely the only one that is double struck. An enlargement of this piece may be seen on the USPatterns.com website, but the details are indistinct in that photo. Errors on patterns are obviously rare and we have seen very few over the years. The surfaces of this coin are fully struck and much brilliance can be seen through the moderate overlay of golden-gray toning that covers each side. (PCGS# 61393)
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