1871 $1 Standard Silver Dollar, Judd-1142, Pollock-1284, R....
Full Red Gem 1871 Standard Silver Dollar in Copper, Judd-11421871 $1 Standard Silver Dollar, Judd-1142, Pollock-1284, R.7, PR65 Red PCGS. The obverse features the first Seated Liberty design by Longacre with twenty-two stars on the flag. There are also thirteen stars arranged around the periphery on the obverse. The reverse displays 1 DOLLAR as the central motif, surrounded by a wreath of cotton and corn, with STANDARD above. Struck in copper with a plain edge. Approximately four pieces are known in copper of this pattern, which would place this in the high R.7 category. This is a magnificent, fully red coin. There is no mellowing or diminution of color on either side, the coin being just as bright and original as it was in 1871. Fully and intricately detailed throughout, the fields are bright and deeply mirrored with just the slightest flecks of carbon evident.
From The New Millennium Collection. (#81404) (PCGS# 81404)
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