1877 $1 Dollar, Judd-1543, Pollock-1716, R.7, PR64 Red and Brown PCGS. This unusual design sh...
Elusive 1877 Pattern Dollar in Copper, Judd-1543, Ex: Bement1877 $1 Dollar, Judd-1543, Pollock-1716, R.7, PR64 Red and Brown PCGS. This unusual design shows the obverse of Liberty facing left, her hair bound by a coronet. On the extreme left side of the coronet there is a single bead that is isolated from the others. The motto is in small letters above the figure of Liberty and the date is below, thirteen stars are around the left and right margin. The reverse has 1 DOLLAR in the center and is surrounded by a wreath of corn, wheat, and cotton with UNITED STATES OF AMERICA above and E PLURIBUS UNUM below. Struck in copper with a reeded edge. Both sides display generous amounts of sunset-orange color mixed with deeper violet and rose hues across the centers. An old carbon spot adjacent to star 10 appears to have been lightened. According to uspatterns.com, three examples are known of Judd-1543; the present piece is identified as #3 and is pedigreed as Bement, Brand, Judd.
Ex: Clarence Bement Sale (Henry Chapman, 5/29/1916. (PCGS# 71887)
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