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    1873 Trade Dollar Pattern, PR61
    Judd-1281 in Silver, Bailly Design

    1873 T$1 Trade Dollar, Judd-1281, Pollock-1423, R.4, PR61 PCGS. A J.A. Bailly rendition of Liberty faces left with the date below and 13 stars around. Her hair is coiled and displays a sprig. The reverse has the legend layout of the issued Trade dollar except E PLURIBUS UNUM lacks a scroll and is set directly into the field. The eagle and shield motif appears identical to that of the Amazonian Judd-1202 half dollar. Struck in silver with a reeded edge. The present brilliant specimen displays slight cameo contrast and has a well struck obverse. Portions of the eagle are lightly brought up, usual for Judd-1281. Delicate field hairlines determine the grade.

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

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