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    1862 With Motto Half in Silver
    Judd-293, Reflective PR61

    1862 50C Half Dollar, Judd-293, Pollock-351, R.5, PR61 PCGS. Regular obverse die, combined with a regular No Motto reverse die but with the motto GOD OUR TRUST added on a scroll above the eagle's head. Struck in silver with a reeded edge. Roughly two dozen of these patterns are known. Another dozen or so exist in copper. Brilliant, save for a few wisps of gold, with reflective fields and minimal marks, though faint hairlines determine the grade. The reverse shows a couple of deep toning spots and encrustations at 4 o'clock. Housed in a green label holder.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 26VF, PCGS# 60443)


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    August, 2018
    14th-19th Tuesday-Sunday
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