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    1864 Seated Dollar in Copper
    Judd-397, PR62 Red

    1864 $1 Seated Dollar, Judd-397, Pollock-465, R.6, PR62 Red 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. As we noted when we sold a Red and Brown example of this pattern in 2016, " ... shows two scribe lines above the E in UNITED that matches some 1871 patterns and regular proofs, suggesting a later striking period than 1864." Only a dozen or so examples are believed extant in copper. This is a fully struck piece that shows numerous shallow hairlines when closely examined.

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


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    January, 2020
    8th-12th Wednesday-Sunday
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