Q. David Bowers
J-1702 (A-W 1658). Dollar. George T. Morgan's "Shield Earring" design. Head of Liberty facing right with the motto E • PLURIBUS UNUM above and the date 1882 below. The hair at the top of Liberty's head is held downlike a skull cap by an encircling band inscribed LIBERTY. Liberty wears shield-shaped earrings. There are 13 stars at the border arranged six left, seven right .. Reverse with a defiant eagle facing right with-raised wings, clutching an olive branch in its right talon and three arrows in its left. Above the eagle is the legend UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, and below is the denomination ONE DOLLAR. Silver, reeded edge.
J-1703 (A-W 1659). Dollar. Design as preceding.
J-1703a. The dies used to coin regular-issue 1882 Morgan dollars. Copper, reeded edge.
J-1703b. Trade dollar. The dies used to coin regular-issue 1882 trade dollars. Copper, reeded edge.
J-1720a. Trade dollar. The dies used to coin regular-issue 1883 trade dollars, Copper, reeded edge.
J-1731, The dies used to coin regular-issue 1884 Morgan dollars. Copper, reeded edge.
J-1732. Trade dollar. The dies used to coin regular. Proof 1884 trade dollars. Copper, reeded edge.
J-1747 (A-W 1714). The dies used to coin regular-issue 1885 Morgan dollars. Silver, with an experimental lettered edge reading * * * * * * E * / PLURIBUS * / UNUM * * * * *. The collar containing the edge lettering was comprised of three equal segments each with an arc of 1200, equal to 1/3 the circumference.
J-1748 (A-W 1715). Designs as preceding. Copper, letterededge as the preceding.
J-1749 (A-W 1716). Designs as preceding. Aluminum, lettered edge as the preceding.
J-1750 (A-W 1713). Design as preceding. Aluminum, regular reeded edge; this is simply a striking from regular Proof dies in aluminum.
J-1750a. Regular dies and edge as preceding. Copper, reeded edge.