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    Full Red Copper Striking of the William Barber Seated Liberty Design, Judd-1005

    1870 $1 Dollar, Judd-1005, Pollock-1137, R.6, PR65 Red PCGS. The William Barber obverse design that shows Liberty seated holding a laurel branch in her left hand, right hand resting on a shield and scroll with a Liberty pole and cap in the background. The reverse is from the regular dies for the Seated dollar of this year. Struck in copper with a plain edge. According to the website this pattern was sold as part of a set. These "sets were available in silver, copper and aluminum with either reeded or plain edges. It is not known what price the mint sold these for. This obverse was also combined with the 'Standard Silver' wreath reverse." The surfaces of this piece show even, original mint red luster with just the slightest haze present in the obverse fields. The design elements are intricately detailed in all areas of this magnificent pattern.
    From The New Millennium Collection. (#61252)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29ZS, PCGS# 61252)

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    November, 2003
    7th-8th Friday-Saturday
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