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    1879 $1 Metric Dollar, Judd-1617, Pollock-1813, R.3, PR 65 PCGS. A William Barber design with the head of Liberty facing left, wearing a coronet with the word LIBERTY on it. Above the portrait is E PLURIBUS UNUM and the date is below. The reverse has the composition of the metric alloy in three lines with the weight below, surrounded by an elaborate wreath of corn and cotton, and cartouche above with DEO EST GLORIA inside. At the margin is UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and ONE DOLLAR. Struck in silver (metric alloy or standard alloy) with a reeded edge. An original Gem example, the obverse and reverse appearances are quite different. Deep, mottled shades of lilac and purple overlay the obverse while the reverse displays mottled gold and gray tones. Despite the rather unusual toning, still a Gem example of this highly desirable pattern issue. (NGC ID# 2AH8, PCGS# 61995)

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