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    Desirable 1839 Pattern Seated Liberty Half
    Judd-102 Restrike, PR63

    1839 P50C Seated Liberty Half Dollar, Judd-102 Restrike, Pollock-113, High R.7, PR63 NGC. The obverse is struck from the regular With Drapery half dollar dies. The reverse is identical to the "Flying Eagle" reverse used to strike 1838 dated pattern half dollars with an eagle flying left, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA around the upper periphery, HALF DOLLAR on the lower portion. Struck in silver with a reeded edge. Green-gold and blue shadings drape modestly hairlined surfaces. This 1870s-era restrike was made in medal turn from rusted dies, the reverse die also showing prominent cracks. An extremely rare variety that should inspire spirited bidding among pattern enthusiasts. Census: 1 in 63, 2 finer (3/09).
    From The Lemus Collection, Queller Family Collection Part Three.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 297J, PCGS# 11434)

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    Apr-May, 2009
    29th-3rd Wednesday-Sunday
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