One of 7 Gould Incorporated designs made circa 1978 as a replacement for the large Eisenhower dollar.
For additional information on modern dollar patterns, see Mike Wallace's article on modern dollar patterns by clicking here.
This design is known as follows:
Silver with plain edge P5400 with several known.
Titanium with grooved edge P5401. This is not in Pollock. We have assigned it number P5401. One was offered as lot 2061 in the Bowers and Merena 3/97 sale.
Nickel with plain edge P5405 with at least one in the Smithsonian per Pollock.
Copper with plain edge P5410 with at least one in the Smithsonian per Pollock.
Brass with plain edge P5415 with at least one in the Smithsonian per Pollock with another from Bowers and Merena's 8/05 sale illustrated below.
Brass with grooved edge P5416. This is not in Pollock. We have assigned it number P5416. One was offered as lot 2062 in the Bowers and Merena 3/97 sale.
These brass pieces may actually be titanium which have been given a gold colored surface treatment.
Iron with plain edge P5420 with at least one in the Smithsonian.
Photo courtesy of Heritage.