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    1868 Seated Dollar in Aluminum
    Judd-652, PR67 Cameo

    1868 $1 Dollar, Judd-652, Pollock-725, Low R.7, PR67 Cameo NGC. Traditionally known as a regular dies trial piece, these pieces were deliberately struck for sale to contemporary collectors. The deliberate nature of the striking of these can be seen by the cased sets that were struck, several of which are still in existence. Struck in aluminum with a reeded edge. Only a half dozen of these rarities are believed extant, which is probably very close to the original mintage. Two cased aluminum sets, that include this dollar variant, still exist. The surfaces on this piece are unoxidized and the fields are deeply reflective with thick, frosted devices.

    Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 532623)

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