Seated Liberty Half Dimes were made from 1837 to 1873 with quite a few minor type variations. Seated Liberty Half Dimes were minted at Philadelphia, New Orleans and San Francisco.
Lots of scarce and rare dates exist in this popular series with the 1870-S Seated Liberty Half Dime being the ultimate rarity – only a single example is known!
#207487: Small Date. Extremely well struck with nice clean surfaces and a steel-gray patina.
#204566: CAC stickered. Large Date. A beautiful example of the short-lived 'No Stars' type. Extremely well struck with crisp frosty luster, a faint golden hue and no significant marks. Very conservatively graded!
#207250: CAC approved. No Drapery. A wonderful Gem example of this early Seated Half Dime; the second year of the series and the first with stars on the obverse. The strike is very sharp and the radiant brilliant luster has the the faintest touch of gold and seems to jump right off the coin! This is truly an exceptional coin!
#201868: CAC. No Drapery. Razor sharp strike with virtually flawless surfaces, rich mint luster and a blush of golden toning. Outstanding quality!
#204105: No Drapery. Light russet toning blended with fiery mint luster, An extremely sharp strike and virtually no marks!
#207765: Crisp mint luster and well struck with beautiful iridescent rainbow toning towards the rim.
#206755: CAC approved. Splashes of russet gray tone over rich frosty luster with the appearance of just coming from an old time collection. Needle sharp strike.
#138363: Arrows. Delicate russet toning with beautiful blazing luster showing thru. Virtually perfect surfaces, incredibly well struck, and just a delightful coin!
#206928: 1857 is one of the highest mintage dates in the series and some of the nicest Stars Obverse Seated Half Dimes come from this date. This example is blast white with no trace of toning and minimal abrasions. An excellent coin for a top quality type set!
#200554: Flashy luster with light champagne toning.
#206094: A beautiful richly toned Gem with tones of lavender, green and gold in the deeply reflective fields and a lovely greenish-gold on the heavily frosted devices. 1859 was the first year the U.S. Mint offered proofs to the public with proofs prior to that date being very elusive. Only 100 of these were minted!
#204824: CAC approved. This fabulous Gem has virtually flawless surfaces and a beautiful patina with multi-colored iridescence.
#206093: CAC. Warm light golden toning on this well struck and fully lustrous Gem.