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    PR55 1865 Seated Dollar in Copper, Judd-437

    1865 $1 Dollar, Judd-437, Pollock-510, High R.7, PR55 PCGS. Both sides feature the same die design that was used on regular issue 1865 (No Motto) Dollars, and as such is scarcer than the retro-dated With Motto pieces made of this date. Struck in copper with a reeded edge. This well struck deep golden-brown specimen has slight wear on Liberty's legs and the fields have scattered tiny marks in addition to a couple of faded pinscratches on the upper reverse. Population: 1 in 55, 2 finer (8/08).
    Ex: New York Connoisseur's Collection (American Numismatic Rarities, 3/2006), lot 1341.

    Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 60622)


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    September, 2008
    17th-21st Wednesday-Sunday
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