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    Judd-1293 1873 Trade Dollar Pattern
    PR64 Cameo

    1873 T$1 Trade Dollar, Judd-1293, Pollock-1435, R.4, PR64 Cameo NGC. The design is similar to the issued Trade dollar, but Liberty's left hand rests on a globe, right hand holds a staff, and plow handles are behind the globe. On the reverse, the banner bearing E PLURIBUS UNUM is clutched by the eagle's beak, which also clutches a Federal shield in place of the usual olive branch. Struck in silver with a reeded edge. Moderately contrasted under rich patina in blues and gold-grays. Soft definition on the high central elements points to the striking problems that ultimately doomed the design. Census: 10 in 64, 4 finer (10/10).

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2A8G, PCGS# 61578)


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    December, 2010
    2nd-5th Thursday-Sunday
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