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    Rare Copper PR64 Brown Judd-1628
    1879 Goloid Metric Dollar

    1879 $1 Goloid Metric Dollar, Judd-1628, Pollock-1824, Low R.7, PR64 Brown PCGS. The obverse features a bust of Liberty by William Barber. She wears a large cap with cereal grains, and her curls are bound by a ribbon. The reverse displays eight separate legends that state the value, weight, and alloy. Struck in copper with a reeded edge. While the dies are familiar to pattern specialists, Judd-1628 is a great rarity relative to its goloid equivalent, Judd-1626. A lovely chocolate-brown near-Gem that boasts a bold strike and an unabraded appearance. One pinpoint spot is noted beneath the A in STATES.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2AHG, PCGS# 62006)

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    Jul-Aug, 2009
    31st-2nd Friday-Sunday
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