Charles E. Barber's famous 1891 Columbia standing in front of eagle pattern. The reverse is similar to the one used on J1765/P1979 but with smaller eagle, stars and clouds and has rays of sunshine outside the clouds.
The Columbia standing obverse, in modified form, was later used on the reverse of Barber's famous 1906 double eagle
Only 2 examples are known both of which are in the Smithsonian.
Photo courtesy of the National Numismatic Collection of the Smithsonian Institution.