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    1870 Standard Silver Half Dime, Judd-812
    Struck in Copper, PR66 Brown

    1870 H10C Standard Silver Half Dime, Judd-812, Pollock-900, Low R.7, PR66 Brown NGC. The Barber Standard Silver design with Liberty seated with hand resting on a shield and Liberty pole behind. The reverse displays 5 CENTS surrounded by a wreath of cotton and corn. Struck in copper with a plain edge. Varieties exist in silver, copper, and aluminum with plain and reeded edges. All are rare, and about a dozen Judd-812 representatives are believed extant. Strong design detail occurs throughout. Glossy, deep golden-brown surfaces exhibit traces of steel-blue and reddish-violet color.
    From The Collection of William Rau.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29UP, PCGS# 61056)


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