1872 $1 Amazonian Dollar, Judd-1206, Pollock-1346, R.7, PR65 Red and Brown PCGS

The obverse exhibits a seated figure of Liberty, her right hand above the head of an eagle, her left forearm resting on top of a shield, and her left hand holding a sword. Around, 13 stars with the date below. The reverse has an eagle with spread wings, clutching three arrows in its right claw, its left leg raised up with the talon supporting a shield with an olive branch in front. A scroll across the shield is inscribed IN GOD WE TRUST. Around is the legend UNITED STATES OF AMERICA with the denomination HALF DOL below. Struck in copper with a reeded edge. This is one of several different designs the depict a full view of Liberty in a seated position, obviously intended to be an answer to Christian Gobrecht's design that had been in use since 1836.

$63,250.00 (Jan 9, 2008 HA.com)
Amazonian Dollar Pattern
Source for information and pictures courtesy of  Heritage Coin Auctions
Iphone and Android coin applications by CoinHelp! Click Here
Check Our Facebook CoinHELP! Fan Page
Have numismatic question click here