A more polished example of the Eastman Johnson design. Another design was produced in 1884 as J1721/P1929.
This coin is actually an overdate - 1885/3. The die was originally dated 1883 in error, then corrected by punching a 5 over the 3 as shown below courtesy of Heritage.
Additional information can be found in the June 1963 Numismatic Scrapbook magazine, per Pollock.
An example is known on an unperforated planchet J1740A/P1951 from the Farouk sale.
Photo courtesy of American Numismatic Rarities.