1880 $1 Goloid Metric Dollar, Judd-1652, Pollock-1852, R.6-7, PR66 Red and Brown PCGS....
Iridescent Red and Brown PR66 1880 Goloid Metric Dollar1880 $1 Goloid Metric Dollar, Judd-1652, Pollock-1852, R.6-7, PR66 Red and Brown PCGS. On the obverse the head of Liberty faces left with E PLURIBUS UNUM above and the date below. The reverse has the statutory requirements for a goloid dollar in the center, surrounded by a circle of 38 stars. Outside the circle of stars is GOLOID METRIC DOLLAR DEO EST GLORIA, which is in turn surrounded by UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 100 CENTS. Struck in copper with a reeded edge. This is the same design that was used in 1879 for the Goloid Metric patterns of that year, and this pattern was also a part of a goloid set sold by the Mint. Slightly over a dozen pieces are known of this design in copper. This is a magnificent pattern that shows lovely blue-green iridescence intermixed with significant portions of original, blazing mint red luster. Identifiable by three tiny carbon spots around the end of the ribbon that ties Liberty's hair. This is the first example of this pattern we have offered for sale in three years. Certified in an old green label holder.
From The Aspen Collection. (PCGS# 72037)
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