1871 Pattern Quarter Dollar. Judd-1091, Pollock-1227. Rarity-7-. Copper. Reeded Edge. Proof-65 RB (PCGS). CAC.Obv: Chief Engraver James Barton Longacre's Indian Princess motif with no stars around the borders. Liberty is seated left wearing a Native American headdress, her left hand resting atop a globe inscribed LIBERTY and her right hand supporting a liberty pole. Two flags are behind the portrait, one of which is ornamented with 13 stars, and the date 1871 is below. Rev: The denomination 25 CENTS is surrounded by a wreath of corn and cotton, the word STANDARD inscribed along the upper border. A predominantly autumn-brown example that reveals iridescent pinkish-apricot and powder blue undertones as the surfaces dip into a light. Lovely Gem quality with a sharp strike, reflective fields and a virtually pristine appearance in hand. These are scarce, the uspatterns.com website estimating that only a dozen or so examples of Judd-1091 are extant.Provenance: From the E. Horatio Morgan Collection. Acquired June 1988. Kagin's company tag with attribution notation included.PCGS Population: 4; with a single Proof-67+ RB finer in this category.PCGS# 71350. NGC ID: 2A3T.Click here for certification details from PCGS.