Variety Equivalents: Breen
Obverse - "KELLOGG & CO" is close to being centered on
the coronet (unfortunately, Kagin illustrated this variety with an
example with "KELLOGG & CO" high on the coronet). The date
is called "thin" on this variety and distinguishes itself from
Kagin 1a by having a ball on the 5 of the date.
Reverse - short
arrowheads. Identical to the reverse of the 1853 Moffat & Co.
$20 (and may, in fact, be the same die).
1854 Kellogg & Company
Images courtesy of the Museum
of the American Numismatic Association
Sources and recommended
"Walter Breen's Complete Encyclopedia Of U.S. And Colonial
Coins" by Walter Breen
"Private Gold Coins and Patterns of the United States" by Donald