1873 T$1 Trade Dollar, Judd-1310, Pollock-1453, R.4, PR55 PCGS....
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1873 Silver Trade Dollar Pattern With Slight Friction1873 T$1 Trade Dollar, Judd-1310, Pollock-1453, R.4, PR55 PCGS. A Trade dollar design struck in the year of its regular issue debut that shows Liberty seated on the obverse wearing an Indian headdress, Liberty pole and cap in her right hand, left hand resting on a globe, and conjoined flags behind. The reverse has a small eagle in the upper half with the weight and fineness below and the statutory legends on scrolls both above and below. Struck in silver with a reeded edge. Slight friction is seen over each side. One can only speculate how this came to be. Was it carried as a pocket piece, or did several people actually use this as currency? The light gray surfaces show an accent of deeper gray around the devices and within the recesses of the design.
From The Beau Clerc Collection. (PCGS# 61596)
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