William Barber's seated liberty design. William Barber's seated liberty design. These were issued in complete sets. To view the set, click here.
To my knowledge, Liberty is always in raised letters in spite of what the Judd and Pollock book show. For more on this, click here.
Examples were struck in the following combinations with the earlier Pollock series supposedly struck from an obverse die with Liberty incused on the scroll and the latter series from a die with Liberty raised on the scroll. Please note that some of these numbers are not in Pollock but were left open based on the assumption that this obverse die does exists with Liberty in both formats. Again, we believe that only the raised Liberty die exists.
J927/P1032 and J927A/P1046 in silver with reeded edge with fewer than a dozen known.
J928/P1033 and J928A/P1047 in silver with plain edge with fewer than a dozen known.
J929/P1034 and J929A/P1048 in copper with reeded edge with fewer than a dozen known.
J930/P1035 and J930A/P1049 in copper with plain edge with fewer than a dozen known.
J931/P1037 and J931A/P1050 in aluminum with reeded edge with only 3 or 4 known. To see images of this and the next, click here.
J932/P1038 and J932A/P1051 in aluminum with plain edge with only 2 or 3 known.
Photo courtesy of Bowers and Merena.