This pattern, struck in aluminum, was supposed to be J332/P404 but was misdescribed by Judd as having the dateless seated liberty obverse of J331-J331B/P402-P403. This has now been corrected in the new edition. It is listed in Adams & Woodin as AW668.
This coin is believed to be unique and has the following pedigree per David Cassel - Linderman lot 94, Woodin-1914 ANS exhibit, Newcomer?, Dunham lot 1736, Olsen lot 293, Farouk lot 1815, Kaplan 1955 and 1959 fixed price lists, 97 ANA lot 7264, Superior 9/98 lot 1865 as NGC62. It is corroded.
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Photos is now of the actual coin and is courtesy of David Cassel.