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1879 Metric Dollar in Silver
Judd-1622, Brilliant PR64 Cameo

1879 $1 Metric Dollar, Judd-1622, Pollock-1818, Low R.7, PR64 Cameo PCGS. CAC. Metric dollar pattern designed by George Morgan, featuring a rarely used head of Liberty with hair brushed back and fastened in a bun and with a wide ribbon at the top of the head. The reverse is the standard Metric dollar design with DEO EST GLORIA featured prominently above the composition in the center. Struck in silver (metric alloy) with a reeded edge. This design was sold by the Mint as part of a set of goloid patterns. It was also struck in copper, aluminum, and one white metal piece is known. The fields are nicely reflective, a quality that was imparted by numerous, fine die striations on each side. Both obverse and reverse are brilliant and the surfaces are free from any noticeable surface distractions. (NGC ID# 3ASJ, PCGS# 62000)

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August, 2011
11th-14th Thursday-Sunday
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