Click to enlargeJ1622/P1818

This goloid pattern by George Morgan is considered by many to be one of the uglier designs struck by our mint. These were sold as part of a set of goloid patterns. To view Morgan's set which included this design, click here.

Examples were struck in the following combinations:

Silver or Goloid J1622/P1818 with about 20 known. Would be interesting to test these to see if any are actually Goloid. To see all available images, click here.

Copper J1623/P1819 with about 15 known. To see all available images, click

Aluminum J1624/P1820 with about 4 known including the following: To see images of this and the next, click

1) B/R 1/75, NERCA 11/75?, Superior Auction 84, Queller-Heritage 1/09, Heritage 10/11 - NGC63

2) Maris, Garrett-JHU, B/R 3/80 Garrett II, Ivy 3/81, Heritage 5/03 as NGC63, Simpson-Heritage 11/20, Heritage 4/21 - PCGS64 with corrosion above the GR in GRAMS on the reverse

3) Farouk, Crouch-Superior 6/77, Ivy 10/77, Kagin's 7/79

White Metal J1625/P1821 which is believed unique and is ex-Newcomer, Farouk, Kreisberg 6/56, unknown intermediates, Superior 10/89, Auction 90 - PCGS62.

This design was repeated in 1880 as