1862 Pattern Liberty Seated Half Dollar. Judd-295, Pollock-353. Rarity-5. Silver. Reeded Edge. Proof-64 (PCGS). OGH.Obv: The same design that the Mint used to produce regular issue 1862 Liberty Seated half dollars. Rev: Similar to the regular issue design, but with the addition of the motto GOD OUR TRUST in the field above the eagle. A richly toned specimen, the obverse is dressed in blended steel-gray and antique copper patina. For the reverse we note mottled olive-russet overtones to a base of antique silver. Appreciably reflective in the fields with a sharp strike and wonderfully original appearance. From a mintage of 25 specimens that the Mint distributed to contemporary collectors as part of special pattern Proof sets, per a notation in W. Elliott Woodward's May 1863 sale catalog (referenced on the uspatterns.com website).Provenance: From the E. Horatio Morgan Collection.PCGS Population: 8; 3 finer in this category (Proof-65 finest).PCGS# 60445. NGC ID: 29E6.Click here for certification details from PCGS.