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    1864 'Transitional' Dollar in Copper
    Judd-397, PR63 Red and Brown

    1864 $1 Dollar, Judd-397, Pollock-465, R.6, PR63 Red and Brown PCGS. This is the so-called transitional dollar with the With Motto reverse that was first adopted in 1866 and paired with the regular Seated dollar obverse. Struck in copper with a reeded edge. This particular piece shows two scribe lines above the E in UNITED that matches some 1871 patterns and regular proofs, suggesting a later striking period than 1864. Struck in silver, copper, aluminum, and nickel. Only a dozen pieces are believed known in copper. The surfaces display attractive "autumn leaves" coloration over each side. Fully struck throughout, much of the original copper surface is still apparent. Housed in a first-generation holder.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 26VK, PCGS# 70568)

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2016
    3rd-5th Monday-Wednesday
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