All of the patterns of this design struck from this obverse die with Liberty incused - Judd's so-called straight date - are restrikes made in the 1870s. Although not clear in the photo, the reverse die shows rust in many areas.
They were made in the following combinations:
Silver with reeded edge J76A/P82 with 2 known as follows:
1) Garrett-JHU, Bass-B/M 5/99, Superior 4/03, Southern collection as NGC64, Simpson-Heritage 2/21 - PCGS64
2) Witham- Auction 81, Queller-Heritage 1/09, Heritage 7/09, Heritage 9/09 - NGC66
Silver with plain edge J76/P83 also with 2 known:
1) Judd, Heritage 7/03, Southern collection as ANACSAU55 reverse rim filed, Simpson-Heritage 8/21 - PCGS63
2) Heritage 3/11 au NGC AU details improperly cleaned, Stacks-Bowers 11/11, Heritage 1/12 - PCGSAU58
Copper with reeded edge J78/P84 with only 4 known as follows:
1) Reed-Durham Museum - ICG66RB, doublestruck with about a 5 degree rotation between strikes. To view, click here.
2) Mitchelson-Connecticut State Library
3) Numismatics LTD, Bass-B/M 5/99, Queller-Heritage 1/09, B/M 11/10 - PCGS65BN
4) Witham-Auction 81, Heritage 6/89, Auction 90, Tangible Assets, Teletrade, Marin, B/M 8/98, Higman-Alterman (Larry Hanks/Mal Varner offering), B/M 10/00, Superior 4/03 as NGC66RB, Simpson Heritage 4/21 - PCGS66RB
Earlier pedigrees for the last 2 are Virgil Brand (journal # 16533) and Newcomer but, at this time, it is unclear whose name belongs with which piece.
Copper with plain edge J77/P85 with only 4 known as follows:
1) Numismatics LTD, Bass-HWBRF, Heritage 8/14, LegendAuctions 7/18 - NGC65BN
2) Witham-Auction 81, Queller-Heritage 1/09, Heritage 3/10, Heritage 2/12, StacksBowers 2012 ANA, Heritage 1/22 FUN - NGC66RB
3) Farouk, Cox, Turoff-B/M 3/94 cleaned, Superior 1/96, Heritage 5/00, Rau-Heritage 4/18, Heritage 1/20 FUN - PCGS63RB 150.8 grains
4) B/M 9/95, Heritage 5/97 FPL, B/M 3/00, Superior 10/00 as NGC66RB, Simpson-Heritage 8/21 - PCGS66RB 170.8 grains
Brand owned 3 of these (journal #s 14964, 14965 & 42164) and the 4th was lot 956 in Elder's 22nd sale of 12/16/1908 which probably also represents the Norweb, New Netherlands 41st 9/53 sale coin.
Originals of this design, J76B/P89A, were struck only in silver using an obverse die with Liberty raised on the shield.
To see both obverse dies side by side, click here.
Photo courtesy of Superior.