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    Desirable Aluminum Striking 1863 Seated Dollar, Judd-347

    1863 $1 Dollar, Judd-347, Pollock-419, R.7, PR64 PCGS. A regular issue 1863 Seated Dollar obverse die is paired with a circa-1866 regular issue With Motto die. Struck in aluminum with a reeded edge. Produced in the early 1870s as part of a denominational muled set for sale to collectors. The fields have infrequent faint handling marks, but this sharply struck slate-gray near-Gem is impressively preserved. Population: 1 in 64, 1 finer (10/03).
    From The New Millennium Collection. (#60509)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29G2, PCGS# 60509)


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    Auction Dates
    November, 2003
    7th-8th Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 13
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