The 1839 Gobrecht obverse combined with the reverse of 1836.
This is a fantasy restrike in die alignment III. It was made sometime in the late 1860s to mid 1870s along with the unique copper example of J109/P122. For additional information on this and all copper Gobrecht dollars, click here.
The reverse, used only for restriking, has various die markers which are noted in the illustration below.
Apparently, 3 examples are known to exist today as follows.
1) Parmelee, DeWitt Smith, H.O. Granberg, Brand #92343, B/M 11/83 Brand I, Heritage 8/92, Share collection, ANR 1/04, southern collection, Simpson - PCGS64, illustrated above, courtesy of Legend Numismatics.
2) Lohr, Miles-Stacks 4/69, Stacks 9/78, StacksBowers 3/17 - PCGS64
3) Farouk, R Green 7/54, Hawn-Stacks 10/93 (lacquered, rehabbed since), Dr. Korein, ANS - NGC62, illustrated below courtesy of Heritage.
Earlier pedigrees for the last 2 include
W.W.C. Wilson, Brand #90920, B.G. Johnson to Stacks on July 8, 1941 per Newman Numismatic Portal, Stacks 8/41 lot 1790 and the other is ex Newcomer, Col Green, (St. Louis Stamp & Coin-Eric Newman & B.G. Johnson), Boyd (B.G. Johnson 4/29/43 invoice). Regrettably, we do not know which pedigree belongs with which coin.
The listing in Pollock for a silver example with reeded edge P120 is unconfirmed and doubtful.
The unique copper example of J109/P122 is ex Gschwend, Brand, B.G. Johnson to Stacks on July 8, 1941 per Newman Numismatic Portal, Stacks 8/41 lot 1791, Dr Judd. It was offered in several Abe Kosoff and Sol Kaplan Fixed Price Lists in the late 1960s and is currently in the Simpson collection.
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