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    1870 Seated Quarter in Copper
    Judd-884, PR65+ Red

    1870 25C Quarter Dollar, Judd-884, Pollock-982, R.7, PR65+ Red PCGS. CAC. Liberty is seated facing left, supporting a shield with her right hand. Her left hand holds an olive branch. The obverse border has 13 stars, and the date is in the exergue. A free-standing Liberty pole is in the background. The reverse is from a regular-issue Liberty Seated quarter dollar die. Struck in copper with a reeded edge. Judd-884 is a great rarity in full Red, with only two pieces certified as such at PCGS, and this is the finest (5/19). This intricately struck, unabraded, and flashy Gem is primarily orange-red with a few scattered minute gray flecks.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29WS, PCGS# 81128)


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    July, 2019
    11th-14th Thursday-Sunday
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