Rare Aluminum 1871 Dollar Pattern,Judd-11501871 $1 Dollar, Judd-1150, Pollock-1292, R.7, PR60 Reverse Grafitti Uncertified. 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. The number 132 is pinscratched in small figures above the denomination, and the lower reverse is also lightly hairlined. The remainder of this specimen is well preserved, and the strike is seemingly unimprovable.
From The New Millennium Collection. (#61412) (NGC ID# 2A5B, PCGS# 61412)
Learn more at the Newman Numismatic Portal at Washington University in St. Louis.
View all of [The New Millennium Collection ]
Fees, Shipping, and Handling Description: Coin/Currency (view shipping information)
Sales Tax information | Terms and Conditions
Bidding Guidelines and Bid Increments
Glossary of Terms
Buyer's Premium per Lot:
15% of the successful bid (minimum $6) per lot.
Opens about 01/02/2018
- Past Auction Values (prices, photos, full descriptions, etc.)
- Bid online
- Free Collector newsletter
- Want List with instant e-mail notifications
- Reduced auction commissions when you resell your
- Cash Advances
- More Bidders
- Trusted Experts
- Over 200,000 Satisfied Consignors Since 1976
Learn about consigning with us
Heritage Auctions is very well keyed into the evolving market place, what better exposure can anyone ask for?View More Testimonials
HA.com receives more traffic than any other auction house website. (Source: Similarweb.com)