Ex-Bass PR64 Brown 1871 Dollar, Judd-11471871 $1 Dollar, Judd-1147, Pollock-1289, R.6-7, PR64 Brown PCGS. On the obverse Liberty wears an Indian headdress and supports a liberty pole with her right hand facing left. Her left hand rests on a globe inscribed LIBERTY. Behind her is a flag ornamented with 22 stars. Thirteen stars surround her, the date 1871 is at the bottom. The reverse is the die used for regular issue Liberty Seated Dollars. Struck in copper with a reeded edge. Rich chocolate-brown patina with steel-blue highlights. A well struck specimen that has an exquisitely preserved reverse and faint hairlines on the obverse.
Ex: Harry W. Bass, Jr. Collection, Part I (Bowers and Merena, 5/1999), lot 1263, which realized $4,140. Earlier, A.N.A. Sale, (Stack's, 8/1971), lot 477, which realized $330. Previously from the J.M. Wade Collection. (#61409) (NGC ID# 32H7, PCGS# 61409)
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