The so-called Amazonian design because of the similar reverse copied from William Barber's quarter, half dollar and dollar patterns of this year. It is the only uniform design ever made for all six denominations. To view the entire set, click here.
This is one of the most famous of all pattern designs.
It was made in the following combinations:
J1250/P1392 in gold. The entire set is unique in gold. This particular coin is ex Woodin, Granberg, Newcomer, Col Green, Farouk, Wilkison, Paramount, A-Mark, Leidman, 81 ANA, 83 ANA, Greg Holloway, Superior 10/90, Trompeter, Southern collection, Simpson collection.
It is likely that Woodin got these from A.L. Snowden
for "returning" the 2 gold half unions to him which were then placed back in the Mint cabinet. For more on that, click here.
It is also likely that Col Green owned this as the half eagle and eagle appear in Stacks photographic library - no double eagles were photographed.
J1251/P1393 in copper. About a dozen are known, several of which have been gilted.
J1252/P1394 in aluminum with the following 3 believed to be different specimens. To see images of all of these, click here.
1) Lohr, Pittman-Akers 10/97, Simpson - NGC66
2) DiBello-Stacks 5/70, Champa, Lee-Terrell B/R 5/72, Sieck-81 ANA, Heritage 4/09, Simpson-Heritage 9/20 - PCGS66
3) Higgy-Kosoff 9/43 plate does not appear to match either of the first 2.
Photo courtesy of Heritage.