Click to enlargeJ1061/P1196

The Longacre obverse without stars combined with the 'Standard Silver' reverse of 1870. This design was apparently implemented by William Barber after Longacre's death in 1869.

These were sold as part of complete sets from the half dime to the silver dollar. To view the set, click here.

Examples were struck as follows: To view all available images, click here.

Silver J1059/P1194 with about a half dozen known as follows:

1) Newlin, Garrett-JHU, Garrett II-B/R 3/80, B/M 11/83, Novoselsky, Goldberg 5/08 in reassembled set, B/M 10/05 in reassembled set, B/M 6/10 in reassembled set, Legend in reassembled set - NGC66

2) Kreisberg-Schulman 4/59, Byron Johnson-Hughes 1/79, Booser & Weaver 2/79, Bass-B/M 5/99, Heritage 4/18 – PCGS65

3) Crouch-Superior 2/77, NERCA 4/81, Superior 5/93 as NGC64, Heritage 7/03, Simpson – PCGS64 with toning line hitting second D in STANDARD visible on last sales plates. Matching to Crouch plate is based on obverse mark near rim at 8:00 and a mark extending from Liberty’s drapery under her right elbow toward the flagstick.

4) Queller-Heritage 5/09 – NGC64

5) Hawn-Stacks 3/77, Sieck-B/R 7/81 ANA, Auction 90 – ch proof

The Lohr, Judd and/or Horn-Peters 1/75 sale piece are possibly additional pieces or part of the last 3 pedigrees.

Copper J1060/P1195 also with about a dozen known including:

1) Superior 1/04 – PCGS66RB

2) Superior 10/92 – PCGS66RB, possibly same as #1

3) Stacks 5/75, Queller-Heritage 1/2009 FUN, B/M 11/09 – NGC66RB

4) A specimen graded PCGS66BN and illustrated on PCGS.com/CoinFacts

5) Superior 4/03, Simpson - PCGS65RB with a big carbon spot on reverse at 9:00

6) Heritage 6/13, Goldberg 1/16 - PCGS65RB

7) Heritage 8/95 ANA, ANR 12/03 – PCGS64RB

8) Champa AAA (Bowers & Ruddy)-5/72, Bass-B/M 5/99 – PCGS66BN

9) Lynch-Heritage 8/98 ANA – PCGS65BN, possibly one of above

10) Hawn-Stacks’s 3/77-Sieck BR 8/81 ANA, Heritage 8/96 ANA – PCGS65RED

11) Kosoff in 1980, Superior 5/03 – PCGS66RB as part of an assembled set

The Associated 6/58-Stacks 8/71 ANA is probably either #6 or #7.

Aluminum J1061/P1196 with only 2 confirmed as follows:

1) J. Flynn in August 1971, Bass, HWBRF-B/M5/99, Superior 1/04, southern collection, Simpson - PCGS64, illustrated above

2) Sieck-81 ANA