Cotton Boll

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The boll of a cotton plant is the structure than encases the seeds. There are two cotton bolls depicted in the headdress of Lady Liberty. They are somewhat round-shaped and are nestled between four cotton leaves just to the lower right of the Y in LIBERTY.
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Note: These are cotton bolls, not cupcakes. Thank you.
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