These are believed to be restrikes made circa 1859 or later although only a couple of the gold pieces show the die break through the second L in Dollar.
They exist in the following combinations: To see images of all of these, click here.
Gold J141/P169 with the following known.
1) Boyd, Judd, Wilkison - NGC66
2) Wilkison, Superior 1/08 as PCGS65, Simpson-Heritage 1/21 - PCGS66
3) 75 ANA, Simpson-Heritage 1/22 FUN - PCGS66
4) Sloss, 79 ANA lot 1299 where described as lightly lacquered, 81 ANA where described as ex Wilkison in error, Kagin 83 ANA, Auction 88. It also has toning spot on left edge of the base of the 2 in date. Believed to be the piece graded PCGS62 in their census.
5) Sloss, 79 ANA lot 1300, Heritage 2/11, Pogue-StacksBowers 3/20 - PCGS65
6) Dibello, Simpson-Heritage 9/20 - PCGS66
7) Aulick (G. Cogan 4/1883), Garrett-JHU, B/R 3/80 Garrett II, Bass, HWBRF-Heritage 5/23 - PCGS65
8) Farouk, Bareford-Stacks 12/78
9) Heritage 1/07, Heritage 3/11, Heritage 10/11, StacksBowers 3/12 - PCGS64, illustrated above, possibly the same as #4, cleaned?
Possible additional pieces include Lohr's and the proof 65 example(s) in Hughes 1/80 and 6/80 sales.
Note: Virgil Brand owned 2, journal #23664 lot 444 in Lyman Low's July 1902 Ulex sale and #46969 from the 1908 Dewitt Smith purchase.
Silver J142/P170 probably struck using a dime planchet as host. This is known only by a single example ex Col Cohen-E Cogan 10/1875 lot 455, Woodside-New York Coin & Stamp 4/1892, part of lot 55.
Copper J143/P171 which appear to be restrikes as they show die cracks on the reverse at 12:00, 5:00 and 9:00. Only 3 are confirmed as follows:
1) B. Peyton, ANS
2) Teletrade 4/13/98, Heritage 8/04 as NGC67RB, southern collection, Simpson-Heritage 5/22 - PCGS66BN
3) Stacks 8/76 ANA, unknown intermediates, Whitford 11/97 ?, Simpson-Heritage 2/08, B/M 8/10, Heritage 8/11 - NGC62RB
One of these 3 is ex Col Cohen-E Cogan 10/1875 lot 454, Woodside-New York Coin & Stamp 4/1892, part of lot 55.
Nickel J144/P172 with only the Col Cohen-E Cogan 10/1875 lot 456, Woodside-New York Coin & Stamp 4/1892, part of lot 55 believed to exist.
Judd lists one as being ex Massachusetts Historical Society and Pollock lists one as ex Root, Appleton, but no example was in the 12/1878 Cogan sale of Root's collection and the coin offered in Stacks 3/1973 sale of the MHS coins was misnumbered. That coin was either a J140/P167 or J140A/P168.
Photo courtesy of Heritage.