The popular "Liberty at the Seashore" design. These were struck on 420 grain trade dollar planchets so either these may have been trade dollar patterns or the Mint simply used what was available at the time.
This design was struck as follows.
Silver J1467/P1618. Five examples were struck according to all the standard reference works and that is all that can be traced today.
1) Woodin, Newcomer, Col Green, Boyd, Farouk, Judd, Kosoff-B/M 11/85, Novoselsky, Kagins, Heritage 5/01, Heritage 1/07 as NGC66, Heritage 4/17 - PCGS66, illustrated above
2) Fred-B/M 11/95, Heritage 4/05, ANR 1/06, 2011 FUN, Simpson-Heritage 2/21 - PCGS63
3) B/M 11/93 as PCGS63, ANR 9/03, ANR 6/04 as PCGS64, Simpson collection - PCGS65
4) Kosoff 1/56, Stirling-Heritage 5/09 as NGC66, Simpson-Heritage 1/21 - PCGS66
5) Merkin (9/1968), lot 466; Merkin (6/1971), lot 892 - toning does not seem to match any of the others, possibly the same as #2 or 3 if dipped.
Additional listing include Kreisberg (6/1965), lot 3718; Kreisberg (11/1965). 3 were in the Col Green collection.
Copper with reeded edge J1468/P1619 with at least 3 known as follows:
1) J.C. Mitchelson, Connecticut State Library - gem proof
2) Norweb-New Netherlands 9/53, 75 ANA, Fairfield-B/R 10/77, B/M 1/88, Goldberg 9/03 as NGC67BN, Simpson collection - PCGS67RB
3) Bass, HWBRF-B/M 5/99 as PCGS65RB, ANR 1/05 as NGC66RB, Simpson-Heritage 8/21 - PCGS67RB
Copper with plain edge J1469/P1620. We have 2 listings which probably represent the same coin:
1) Col Green (B.G. Johnson 1/2/1945 invoice), Rumbel, 52 ANA, Crouch-Superior 6/77, Sieck-81 ANA, Hughes 11/81, Superior 5/90 - described as silverwashed, later unsilvered to Superior 2/91, ANR 9/03, Simpson - PCGS64BN
2) Jon Harris Rare Coins - Coin World 1/2/95 ad - PCGS64RB, same as previous? This is no longer in the pop reports.
Photo courtesy of Heritage.