The Longacre design without stars combined with the regular reverse. This was apparently implemented by William Barber as Longacre died in 1869.
These were sold as part of complete sets from the half dime to the silver dollar. To view the set, click here.
Examples were struck as follows:
J1077/P1213 with about a half dozen known
Copper J1078/P1214 also with a half dozen known.
Aluminum J1079/P1215 with at least the following 2 known.
1) Kreisberg 2/60, Stacks 8/71 ANA, Bass, HWBRF-B/M 5/99, Teletrade 6/30/99, Teletrade 7/21/99, Heritage 7/03, southern collection, Simpson - PCGS65, illustrated above with a mark near the reverse rim at 4:00
2) Stacks 2/67, B/M 11/88?, Stacks 9/89?, Parrino summer 96 FPL, Goldberg 10/00, Heritage 2/01, 6/01, 8/01, 10/01, 1/07, 1/08, 3/10, StacksBowers 3/12, Heritage 2/13, 4/13, StacksBowers 8/19 - NGC66 with a scratch? to the left of the date.
Note: The first 3 auction appearances have been graded proof 60 but they all have the scratch. They could represent a third coin.