Judd-1304 is a Trade Dollar pattern that was never adopted. It is also the only number for this type, meaning that this is the only metal version for this design pairing. No other metals, neither copper nor silver nor aluminum, were used to illustrate this design, thus there is considerable, additional demand for Judd-1304. Because there are only two known Judd-1304's, competition is fierce whenever they appear. In the four-year period between 1999 and 2003, the price of this variety jumped from $9,775 to $25,300. Today, it is worth considerably more.
The obverse features Miss Liberty seated on a globe, but the continent(s) are unlike anything on Earth. Her right hand (viewer's left) holds a staff surmounted with a freedman's cap instead of the olive branch she offers on the adopted version. A plow and agricultural products appear at left and right. The reverse has an eagle with outstretched wings as seen on Judd-1310 to Judd-1314 (Bowers called this the "E" reverse).