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    1872 'Indian Princess' Commercial Dollar
    Judd-1212, Struck in Silver, PR65
    Fabulous Multicolor Toning

    1872 T$1 Commercial Dollar, Judd-1212, Pollock-1352, Low R.6, PR65 PCGS. CAC. Ex: Simpson. James B. Longacre's obverse Indian Princess design was previously used on the Standard Silver coins of 1870-71, an outstanding seated Liberty in bold, medallic relief. The Indian princess holds a Liberty pole and cap, wearing a feather headdress, stars and stripes behind, and a globe at her left hand with LIBERTY across. The reverse displays the Commercial dollar design, first executed in the previous year and weighing 420 grains, the predecessor to the adopted Trade dollar. Struck in silver with a reeded edge.

    This is one of about a dozen Judd-1212 patterns known. Blended shades of deep cobalt-blue and purple mix with areas of lighter peach-gold patina. The fabulous multicolor toning covers flashy, well-preserved surfaces.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2A6L, PCGS# 61483)

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    February, 2021
    23rd-25th Tuesday-Thursday
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