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    1869 Three Dollar in Aluminum
    Judd-773, PR65 Ultra Cameo

    1869 $3 Three Dollar, Judd-773, Pollock-858, High R.7, PR65 Ultra Cameo NGC. Struck from the regular three dollar dies in aluminum with a reeded edge. The 1869-dated patterns of the three dollar gold design a rarity. According to USPatterns.com, there are three or four known in copper (Judd-772), about six known in aluminum as offered here, and probably just one known in nickel (Judd-774). NGC has certified six of these, including two in PR64, one in PR65+ Cameo, two in PR65 Ultra Cameo, and one in PR64 Gilt (7/19). This lovely Gem exhibits deeply mirrored light gray surfaces that show frosted, lustrous devices and excellent field-to-device contrast.

    Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 535305)


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    5th-8th Thursday-Sunday
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