The popular "Liberty at the Seashore" design muled with the regular "No Motto" reverse used from 1840-1865 to create a fantasy coin deliberately for sale to collectors.
This reverse was also used to strike J1420-J1422/P1563-P1565 and is one of at least two "No Motto" reverse dies the mint had on hand. It show traces of die rust in several places. The other "No Motto" reverse was used to strike J1132-J1132A/P1268-P1269.
This design was struck as follows.
Silver J1470/P1621. Two were struck as follow:
1) Woodin, Newcomer, Col Green, Boyd, Farouk, Judd, Kosoff-B/M 11/85, Novoselsky, Kagins, southern collection, Simpson - NGC65
2) Woodin, Granberg, Kreisberg 11/70, Bass-B/M 5/99, Heritage 1/07, Heritage 1/11, Heritage 6/14 - PCGS63 - lacquered.
Both are illustrated below in order courtesy of PCGS.
These were struck on 420 grain trade dollar planchets as the Mint simply used what was available at the time.
Copper J1471/P1622 with only 3 known
1) Farouk, River Oaks-B/R 11/76, Fairfield B/R 11/77.
2) Col Green (B.G. Johnson 1/2/1945 invoice)?, Rumbel?, 52 ANA?, Auction 85, B/M 11/88, B/M 11/88, Superior 10/89 as PCGS64RED, Superior 5/04, southern collection, Simpson - NGC65RED., illustrated at the top of this page, click on the thumbnail image to enlarge.
3) graded PCGS63BN. The other 2 are at least red and brown.
Photo is a scan from Auction 85.