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1870 Indian Princess Dollar in Copper
1870 $1 One Dollar, Judd-1016, Pollock-1150, R.7, PR65 Red and
Brown PCGS. Ex: Simpson. The obverse features Longacre's Indian
Princess design, and shows Liberty seated, left hand grasping a
pole with Phrygian cap on top, right hand resting on a globe,
conjoined flags behind. The reverse is of the adopted dies for the
Seated dollar. Struck in copper with a reeded edge. The
USPatterns.com website states, "This was apparently implemented by
William Barber as Longacre died in 1869." Fewer than a dozen
examples of Judd-1016 are extant. This sharply detailed Gem
exhibits virtually pristine surfaces, under vivid shades of magenta
and pale green toning. Population: 2 in 65 Red and Brown, 0 finer
Judd-1016, PR65 Red and Brown
Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29ZZ, PCGS# 71264)
Learn more at the Newman Numismatic Portal at Washington University in St. Louis.
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