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    1885 Snowden Dollar, Toned PR62
    Judd-1747, Lettered Edge Pattern

    1885 $1 Snowden Dollar, Judd-1747, Pollock-1959, Low R.6, PR62 PCGS. The dies are the regular-issue 1885 Morgan dollar dies, but there is experimental edge lettering as follows: * * * * * * E * / PLURIBUS * / UNUM * * * * *. Struck in silver. Significant gray-russet toning covers each side, deep enough to subdue any proof flash in the fields. The color is somewhat deeper around the obverse margin. No obvious contact marks can be found on either side.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2ALT, PCGS# 62189)


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    September, 2012
    6th-9th Thursday-Sunday
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