manya Coin Album
Pollock-57, Rarity: Low R.6 ( 12- 20 Pieces), CAC Endorsed. Ex: Simpson Struck in Copper with Plain Edge Provenance/Appearances: From the Bob Simpson Collection Pt 2, Heritage Nov 2020 Auction /Lot 3096, Prior David Akers Oct 1997 The John Jay Pittman Collection: Part 1 / Lot # 770 with Note Prior Purchased by John Pittman for 55$ as Lot 5 from Abe Kosoff’s 1958 ANA Convention sale
Rarity: High R.6 ( 13-12 Pieces), Struck in Copper w/ Plain Edge Pollock p-186 Obverse die was made by crudely reducing an 1854 silver dollar with a lathe, causing prominent concentric die lines and blurry design details. The date resembles 1851. The die struck Judd-159 is a formidable rarity (two or three known) but its electrotype copper counterpart Judd-159a is somewhat more available.
Pollock-225, Low R.7; Struck in copper with a reeded edge. Provenance:Appearances: Ex: Bob Simpson Part 8, Heritage Aug 2021 ANA WFOM US Coins Signature Auction / Lot #3052; Prior Ex: ; Lemus-Queller / FUN Signature (Heritage, 1/2009) / lot #1550 (as PR64BN NGC), with reference to an earlier Stack's unknown auction, as lot 2031, as PR62 RB PCGS
Pollock-300, Rarity High R.7, Ex Simpson, Nagy( 1907), Virgil Brand; Anderson-Dupont Collection, (1954) Struck in Copper with Reeded Edge This piece might be unique as the reverse may have been struck on a hub where there remains an impression from a bust of Washington like that on the nickels of 1866. very interesting piece
Rarity: High R.7 ( 4-7 Pieces) Struck in Nickel with Plain Edge Pollock P-640 Pollock-638 has the 7 in the date distant from the curl; the 7 is close to the curl on this coin, representing the extremely rare Pollock-640. A curly Mint-made lintmark below the leaf tip near the first T in TRUST serves as a pedigree marker.
Pollock-657, Rarity: High R.7, Provenance/Appearances: From The Pacific Rim Collection, Heritage Nov. 2021 Dallas / Lot #3748; Prior Ex: Heritage Aug 2011 Chicago / Lot #7735, Stacks-Bowers Feb 2008 The Rich Uhrich Collection / Lot # 1714; John E. Drew Collection, Bowers and Merena Mar 1996, The Sebring and Garbe Collections / Lot #2061; and in these last 2 Stacks & Bowers confirms this piece also was From Rarcoa's sale of the Harry X Boosel Collection, April 1972, / Lot #1057; Superior's ANA Convention Sale, August 1975, / Lot #1259; Bowers and Ruddy's sale of the Branigan Collection, August 1978, / Lot #1838; and Superior's session of Auction '79, / Lot #1626
Pollock-716, Cassel-18, Rarity: Low R.7 (7-12 Pieces) 75% Cu, 25% Ni 30.70 grs John Work Garrett Collection (Stack's, 3/1976), Charmont Sale (Steve Ivy, 8/1983), Milton R. Friedberg Collection (C.A.A., 1/1997), and The David Cassel Collection / ANA Signature (Heritage, 8/2015),
Pollock-736, Rarity: Low R.6, Struck in Aluminum with Reeded Edge, Provenance/Appearances: From The Pacific Rim Collection, Heritage Nov 2021 / Lot #3482; Prior FROM THE STEVEN COOK COLLECTION, PART 2 Legend’s Jul 2018 / Lot #540; Stacks March 2014 Baltimore / Lot #6139; Heritage Dec 2013 Houston / Lot #3941; Heritage Mar 2002 Internet Auction / Lot #15534; Bowers and Merena March 1993 / Lot #2078 (PF63/65)
Pollock-1284, Rarity: High R.7, Struck in copper with a plain edge; Provenance/Appearances: EX BASS: From The Pacific Rim Collection, Heritage Nov. 2021 Dallas / Lot #3766; Prior Central States Signature (Heritage, 4/2018), /lot #4495, and from Harry W. Bass, Jr. Collection (Bowers and Merena, 5/1999), / lot #1261; with prior notation of Ex: Brinton T. Schorer (5/3/1973)
Rarity: High R.7 ( 3-7 Pieces Beleived Extant), Pollock P-1306, CAC Endorsed Struck In Copper with Reeded Edge This is another scarce regular die Gold coin struck in copper Ex The Lemus Collection, Queller Family Collection then sold as NGC PF66CAM T. Henry Allen sale by Stack's in February 1977
Rarity: R.8 ( Less than 3 pieces Known), Pollock P-1707, Struck in Silver with reeded edge Pedigree: Ex: Palace Collections of Egypt (Sotheby's, 2/1954), 194th Auction (Bolender, 9/1958), R.E. Cox, Jr. Collection (Stack's, 4/1962); Branigan Collection (Bowers and Ruddy, 8/1978); Morris Evans Collection (Bowers and Merena, 8/1998),