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    Judd-1281 1873 Trade Dollar, PR60

    1873 T$1 Trade Dollar, Judd-1281, Pollock-1423, R.4, PR60 NGC. This is a delightful Trade dollar pattern with a frowning bust of Liberty facing left, her hair tied tightly behind her head. This obverse design has been attributed as the work of J.A. Bailly. On the reverse, the small eagle has one claw on the ground, the other supports the shield at the very top. The awkward placement of the legs may explain the agitated expression of the eagle. Struck in silver with a reeded edge. Lightly toned in peripheral rose-gold. The devices exhibit cameo contrast, relative to the faintly hairlined fields. Well struck except for the lower claw. Certified in a former generation holder.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2A8B, PCGS# 61566)


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    January, 2010
    6th-10th Wednesday-Sunday
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