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    1879 Metric Dollar by William Barber
    Judd-1617, Toned PR64

    1879 $1 Metric Dollar, Judd-1617, Pollock-1813, R.4, PR64 PCGS. William Barber's Metric dollar with Liberty wearing a coronet with a border of pearls. The reverse is elaborately laid out with a partial wreath of cotton and corn tied at the base, a ribbon, and with DEO EST GLORIA on a tablet above. Struck in goloid or silver with a reeded edge. Streaks of golden-gray patina cover each side and serve to mute the mirrored flash in the fields. Well struck and only showing a couple of shallow field marks to the left of the mouth of Liberty.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2AH8, PCGS# 61995)


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    August, 2015
    12th-16th Wednesday-Sunday
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