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    1871 Longacre Seated Dollar in Aluminum
    Judd-1150, PR67

    1871 $1 Dollar, Judd-1150, Pollock-1292, High R.7, PR67 NGC. The Longacre design is used on the obverse that features Liberty seated with conjoined flags behind, left hand resting on a globe, and right hand holding a Liberty pole with Phrygian cap on top. The reverse is of the regular die. Struck in aluminum with a plain edge. Longacre died in 1869, and the obverse die was assumedly prepared by his successor, William Barber. Also struck in copper and silver. The aluminum strikes with a plain edge (or reeded for that matter) only number around a half-dozen pieces. This Superb Gem aluminum example displays deeply reflective fields with the usually seen mint frost over the devices. Problem-free surfaces. Census: 1 in 67, 0 finer (8/20).

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2A5B, PCGS# 61412)


    Learn more at the Newman Numismatic Portal at Washington University in St. Louis.

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