1877 50C Half Dollar, Judd-1525, Pollock-1691, 1693, Low R.7, PR67 Brown NGC....
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Ex: Merkin, Lemus
Barber's distinctive obverse design was later used on the Goloid pattern dollars of 1878-1880. There are two varieties of Judd-1525, which Andrew Pollock designated as Pollock-1691 and 1693. The present coin is an example of the former designation, characterized by the second 7 in the date being distant from the dentils. USPatterns.com currently traces eight examples of Pollock-1691 (see the website for detailed census information). The coin offered here is a virtually unimprovable specimen.
The surfaces display a beautiful array of mint red, crimson, olive, and light blue toning, making this coin a visual treat. All elements of the intricate design are finely detailed and complement the flawless surfaces to produce fantastic eye appeal. The present coin is the finest certified example in the Brown category at both NGC and PCGS (3/10).
Ex: Public Auction Sale (Lester Merkin, 9/1967), lot 542; Public Auction Sale (Lester Merkin, 6/1971), lot 887; Lemus Collection (Heritage, 1/2009), lot 1879. (PCGS# 61865)
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