1871 $1 One Dollar, Judd-1148, Pollock-1290, R.6-7, PR66 Red and Brown PCGS. CAC. James Longacre's design (as implemented by William Barber) features Liberty seated next to a globe with a feathered bonnet, flags behind, and a staff in her hand with a cap at the end. There are 13 stars around the periphery and 22 stars on the flag. The regular Seated Liberty reverse die is used. Struck in copper with a plain edge. This majestic design was also struck in silver and aluminum, and each metal was produced both with a reeded edge and plain edge. Almost all of each side of this piece retains full mint red, just a slight bit of oil-slick iridescence in the fields interrupts the fiery mint luster. Check out all the great US Coins, Currency, Ancients, World and Exonumia at Sarasota Numismatics. We are happy to answer any questions you may have about this or any of our other extensive offerings.
1871 $1 J-1148 Pattern PCGS PR66RB (CAC)
|PCGS Coin Number||71410|
|Year of Issue||1871|
|Country of Origin||The United States of America|
|Grade Add On||CAC|