1870 Pattern Dollar. Judd-1017, Pollock-1151. Rarity-7-. Copper. Plain Edge. Proof-64 RB (PCGS).Obv: James Barton Longacre's Indian Princess design with Liberty seated left, 13 stars around the border, and the date 1870 below. Liberty is wearing a Native American headdress, her right hand supports a liberty pole and her left hand rests atop a globe inscribed LIBERTY. There are two flags behind Liberty's portrait, one of which is ornamented with 22 stars. Rev: The same design that the Mint used to strike regular issue 1870 Liberty Seated silver dollars. Blended antique copper and deep rose colors greet the viewer from both sides of this handsome near-Gem. Vivid undertones flash into view as the surface dip into a light, furthering enhancing the profound impression that this lovely coin makes on the eye. Fewer than a dozen examples of this scarce type are known.Provenance: From the E. Horatio Morgan Collection.PCGS Population: 2; 2 finer in this category (Proof-66 RB finest).PCGS# 71265. NGC ID: 2A22.Click here for certification details from PCGS.