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    1852 Gold Dollar Pattern in Copper-Nickel
    Judd-140, PR65+

    1852 PG$1 Gold Dollar, Judd-140, Pollock-167, Low R.7, PR65+ PCGS. CAC. The simple obverse design consists of the legend USA above and 1852 below. The reverse features a circle of olive sprigs. Struck on an annular copper-nickel planchet with a plain edge. One of the more innovative proposed solutions to the problem of the small and easily lost gold dollar, though a thinner and expanded coin was chosen in the end. About a dozen of these pieces are known. This particular piece has toned golden-rose and that color is initially suggestive of gold, the intended metal for these early patterns.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 5EFA, PCGS# 11589)


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