1865 $1 Seated Dollar, Judd-435, Pollock-508, Low R.7, PR6...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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1865 Seated Dollar in Copper
1865 $1 Seated Dollar, Judd-435, Pollock-508, Low R.7, PR63
Brown PCGS. Ex: Simpson. The obverse die is the same as that of
the regular issue 1865 Seated dollar, while the reverse is that of
the regular issue Seated dollar beginning the following year with
the motto IN GOD WE TRUST on a scroll over the eagle. Struck in
copper with a reeded edge. Examples are known in both silver and
copper, with about a dozen confirmed of each. The fields on this
piece are bright and mirror-like, shining forcefully through the
pastel iridescence that covers each side. A few carbon spots are
scattered across the obverse.
Judd-435, PR63 Brown
Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29JL, PCGS# 60620)
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