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    1870 Standard Silver Half Dime
    PR65 Brown, Judd-811, Reeded Edge

    1870 H10C Standard Silver Half Dime, Judd-811, Pollock-899, Low R.7, PR65 Brown NGC. The obverse has a seated figure of Liberty with right hand resting on a shield and Liberty Pole with Phrygian Cap behind. The reverse has 5 CENTS in the center, surrounded by a wreath of cotton and corn, with STANDARD at the top. Although Standard Silver patterns were produced dated 1869, the Judd-811 design was the first Half Dime entry in the series. Struck in copper with a reeded edge. A boldly struck and unmarked Gem with vivid rose-red, olive-gold, and gunmetal-gray toning.
    Ex: Pittsburgh Signature (Heritage, 8/2004), lot 7964; Orlando Signature (Heritage, 1/2007), lot 1417.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 26VT, PCGS# 61055)

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2016
    4th-7th Thursday-Sunday
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