Judd 1080 is a pattern for a new Ten Cent piece. The obverse features a seated figure of Liberty facing left (or West?) with a freedman's cap atop a staff held in her right arm and a feathered Indian headdress atop her head. The reverse shows the denomination "10 CENTS" within a wreath and the word "STANDARD" above. This would have been a dramatic change from the then-current Seated Liberty design. In addition, the Standard Silver scheme was never adopted.
As patterns go, Judd 1080 is fairly common and those that have appeared on the market have been of good quality. Collectors can also choose from variants in copper (Judd 1081) and aluminum (Judd 1082).