Barber Design 1870 Silver Dollar
1870 $1 Dollar, Judd-1002, Pollock-1134, Low R.6, PR63 PCGS.
The William Barber Seated Liberty design. A seated Liberty faces
left, with 13 stars ringing the rim and the date 1870 in exergue.
She holds a shield with her right hand and an olive branch in her
left. A cap rests atop a Liberty pole, and a scroll crosses the
shield with LIBERTY raised above the ribbon. Regular issue Seated
silver dollar reverse. Struck in silver with a reeded edge. Fully
struck, satiny, and mostly untoned despite scattered pale gray
freckles on the reverse. Nearly imperceptible obverse hairlines
determine the grade. (NGC ID# 29ZP, PCGS# 61249)
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