George Morgan's coiled hair design similar to that used on the $4 Stella patterns. This was part of a set of goloid designs produced by him. To view Morgan's set which included this design, click here.
It is known in the following combinations:
Silver or Goloid J1631/P1828 About a dozen are known. It would be interesting to test these to see if any are actually Goloid.
Copper J1632/P1829 with over a dozen known.
Aluminum J1633/P1830 with 4 or 5 known including:
1) Leidman 9/71, Bass-HWBRF, B/M 5/99 - PCGS66
2) Superior 2/00, B/M 11/01 as PCGS65, Simpson-Heritage 11/20 - PCGS66, illustrated above
3) Superior 8/02 ANA, Heritage 5/04 - NCS60 with planchet lamination, corrosion or other defect across Liberty's face from 1:00-7:00
4) Maris-Garrett, JHU-B/R 3/80 which may be the next coin below.
Aluminum with plain edge J1633A/P1830A This was reported by NGC in May of 1998 and appears to be unique.
White Metal J1634/P1831 This is unique and is ex Newcomer, Farouk, Bolender 10/55, Paramount FPL #9 (1974), Paramount 4/77, Paramount FPL #16 (1977), Paramount 9/78, a couple of Bowers and Merena and Teletrade sales between 1999 and 2001, southern collection, Simpson-Heritage 2/21 - PCGS64 and is illustrated below courtesy of PCGS.
This design was repeated in 1880 as J1654-J1656/P1854-P1856.
Photo courtesy of Bowers and Merena.