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1875 'Sailor Head' Ten Dollar, Gilt
Judd-1444a, PR65 Cameo
The Only Piece So Certified
1875 $10 Sailor Head Ten Dollar, Judd-1444a Gilt, Pollock-1588, R.6, PR65 Cameo NGC. William Barber's Sailor Head obverse is paired with a reverse design similar to that of the issued Trade dollar. Differences from the Trade dollar reverse, other than the denomination, include the motto IN GOD WE TRUST beneath the eagle within a scroll. E PLURIBUS UNUM lacks the scroll seen on the Trade dollar, as first issued in 1875. Struck in copper with a reeded edge. Probably gilt in the Mint as the field-device contrast is so pronounced. This really does look like a gold pattern, lacking the subdued surfaces usually seen on gilt pieces. Since there are only two known gold examples from these dies (Judd-1443), and none have appeared at auction in over twenty years, even the most advanced pattern specialists will have to settle for a specimen of Judd-1444. (The aluminum and white metal varieties, Judd-1445 and Judd-1445a respectively, are unique.) This flashy piece is fully struck and shows beautiful orange-yellow toning. The preservation is exemplary, and the gilding is well-executed, with no indication of the underlying copper, even over the high points. This is the sole Gilt Cameo example certified of this popular pattern.
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