The Longacre design with stars combined with the regular reverse. The obverse on this die shows 13 stars on the flag and is often called the obverse of 1871 although this one does not have Longacre's name in the right corner. This was apparently implemented by William Barber as Longacre died in 1869.
This design is much rarer with this obverse than with the 22 star obverse.
This design is known in the following combinations.
J1138A/P1276 silver with reeded edge with the following confirmed.
1) Heritage 3/97 Fixed Price List, Southern collection, Simpson collection - PCGS63
2) Farouk, Kosoff, Stirling-Heritage 5/09, Heritage 8/10 - NGC62, cleaned
3) Heritage 4/06, Heritage 4/15 - NGC61, cleaned
4) a specimen graded NGC64 which has been in a collection prior to the above 3 being offered
One of these, probably #2, was part of the Woodin-1914 ANS exhibit.
J1138B/P1277 silver with plain edge. May not exist, the Woodin 1914 ANS exhibit listing may be J1146/P1288.
J1138C/P1278 copper with reeded edge with only 2 confirmed.
1) B/M 11/02, Southern collection, Simpson collection - PCGS65RB, illustrated above courtesy of Bowers & Merena.
2) Stacks 5/90, Queller-Heritage 1/09 - NGC65BN.
Note: The Kagin sale listings in Pollock are for a silverplated copper example. This was based on the weight. If correct, then it is third or else it is a J1138A.
J1138D/P1279 copper with plain edge. May not exist, the Woodin 1914 ANS exhibit listing may be J1148/P1290.
J1138E/P1280 aluminum with reeded edge with 2 known as follows:
1) B.T. Schorer 5/73, Bass-HWBRF, Heritage 8/14, Simpson - NGC65, illustrated below courtesy of Heritage.
2) Stacks 3/65, Kentucky collection, GreatCollections.com 1/17 - NGC64
This used to be J1138B in earlier editions of Judd.
J1138F aluminum with plain edge
which is unconfirmed.