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    1870 Standard Silver Dollar in Silver
    Judd-996, PR63
    Distinctly Double-Struck Reverse

    1870 $1 Standard Silver Dollar, Judd-996, Pollock-1127, High R.7 -- Double Struck Reverse -- PR63 PCGS. Liberty is seated left with thirteen stars arranged around the periphery and the date 1870 below. Liberty's left hand holds an olive branch, and her right hand supports a shield over which is draped a scroll inscribed LIBERTY. A free standing Liberty pole is behind. On the reverse, the denomination 1 DOLLAR is centered within a wreath of corn and cotton. The word STANDARD is at the top. Struck in silver with a reeded edge. This sharply struck specimen offers dappled golden-brown and cream-gray toning. A strong lens detects a few faint field hairlines. Many patterns were struck twice by the dies. What makes this piece unusual is that the reverse die rotated a few degrees counterclockwise between the two blows, leaving all the legends of the first impression as a faint remnant just to the right of the dominant strike.
    From The Pacific Rim Collection.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 26W2, PCGS# 61243)

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2021
    11th-14th Thursday-Sunday
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