This Liberty design, with long plough handles, has been known since its first appearance as lot 323 in Haseltine's March 1876 sale where it was described as "1873; Specimen Dollar; from a different die than any of the previous set; silver proof; as there were only 7 struck it is very rare and desirable; never before offered at auction". This or another was offered as lot 582 in Haseltine's 9/1876 sale.
Examples were struck as follows:
Silver J1300/P1442 with apparently 6 of the 7 examples confirmed.
1) Judd, Turoff-B/M 3/94, Share-ANR 9/03 - NGC66 and is the illustrated example.
2) B/M 4/83, Rogers M. Fred Jr.-B/M 11/95, Simpson collection - PCGS64
3) 97 ANA, Wyoming collection - NGC65.
4) Farouk, Lohr, Merkin 2/71, Bass, HWBRF-B/M 5/99, Stacks 5/03, Heritage 5/05, ANR 1/06 - PCGS63
5) Heritage 1/99 as NGC65, Superior 2/00, Rau-Heritage 4/18 - PCGS64
6) Kentucky collection - NGC64, NGC Explorer plate coin
One of these is ex Vickery, 72 ANA.
Copper J1301/P1443 with at least 3 known as follows:
1) Hughes 7/80, Wyoming collection
2) Farouk, Dibello-Stacks 5/70, Champa, Harte-B/R 3/81, Superior 5/92, Stacks 11/10, Stacks-Bowers 3/12 - PCGS60RB.
3) Heritage 9/02 as PCGS64RB, Southern collection, Simpson collection - PCGS64BN.
Aluminum J1303/P1445 with 2 known as follows:
1) Farouk, Harte-B/R 3/81, Superior 1/86, Heritage 5/03 as PCGS64, Simpson collection - PCGS65.
2) Bowers and Merena 1/99 as PCGS63, ANR 7/05 now PCGS64.
The listing for this in copper with a plain edge J1302/P1444 is believed to be an error.
Photo courtesy of American Numismatic Rarities.