1879 $1 J-1631 Pattern PCGS PR65 (CAC) Coiled Hair Finest Known



Finest Known 1879 $1 Goloid Metric Dollar, Judd-1631, Pollock-1828, PR65 PCGS. George Morgan's design for a goloid metric dollar with the bust of Liberty facing left on the obverse, hair braided and coiled at the back of her head, E PLURIBUS UNUM above and the date below with stars on the left and right side. On the reverse, the elemental components are central to that side and surrounded by a small circle of stars, and two other circles of statutory requirements between the stars and the rim. Struck in goloid alloy (5% gold, 85% silver, 10% copper) with a reeded edge. A pleasing CAC example of this very scarce goloid pattern. 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.

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Grading Service PCGS
PCGS Coin Number 62009
Year of Issue 1879
Denomination Type N/A
Numeric Denomination $1
Grade PR65
Designation No
Mint Location Philadelphia
Strike Type Proof
Circulated/UnCirc Uncirculated
Variety J-1631
Country of Origin The United States of America
Grade Add On CAC
Holder Type N/A

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