Click to enlargeJ249/P288

This example features Paquet's seated Liberty with the "1/2 Dollar" in cereal wreath reverse. Restrikes only? Notice the die rust on the reverse. They were probably struck in the 1870s deliberately for sale to collectors.

Examples were struck as follows: To see images of all of these, click here.

Silver J249/P288 with about a half dozen known including:

1) Stacks 3/73, Bass-B/M 5/99 as PCGS63, Superior 1/03 as NGC64, Simpson-Heritage 2/21 PCGS64

2) Stacks privately 9/85, Queller-Heritage 1/09 NGC63

3) Heritage 6/12, 8/12, 10/12, 1/13, 3/13 as NGC63 now PCGS63

4) RARCOA 4/75?, Heritage 5/09, Heritage 4/12 PCGS61

5) Stacks 9/94, does not appear to match any of the others

6) Heritage 2/87, V.A. Annaloro per Pollock, possibly one of above

7) Horatio-StacksBowers 8/19 PCGS63

Copper J250/P289 with only 2 confirmed including:

1) Superior 2/87, Superior 2/99, Smythe 9/06 as PCGS64RB, Simpson-Heritage 9/20 - PCGS65BN

2) Evans-B/M 8/98, Heritage 4/18 - PCGS63BN