Seated Liberty Dimes were made from 1837 to 1891. Christian Gobrecht designed this handsome dime which saw several design modifications during its run.
Seated Liberty Dimes were struck in Philadelphia, Carson City, New Orleans, and San Francisco.
A pleasing example of this better Seated Dime from the first year of the New Orleans mint.
Warm steel-gray surfaces.
Pleasant steel-gray surfaces and solid detail. A scarce date with a mintage of 72,500.
Well detailed with nice problem-free light steel-gray surfaces. Only 72,500 minted.
Solid detail with very attractive, problem-free light gray surfaces. A modest 72,500 minted.
Pleasing warm gray surfaces with a few lighter touches, a sharp strike, and a problem-free look. A tough date in any grade as only 230,000 were minted and the survival rate was apparently quite low.
Strong detail with attractive original surfaces displaying a nice steel-blue, rose and antique gold patina. Scarce in any condition with most survivors being much lower grade.
Boldly struck and devoid of marks with rich satiny luster. Both sides are attractively toned with splashes of turquoise, amber, champagne, and lavender.
From just the second year that the mint made proof coinage available to the general public with a mintage of only 800. This is a gorgeous, nearly flawless example with beautiful original pale-gold and iridescent turquoise toning. The strike is strong and the fields are highly reflective. Super quality!
Sharply struck with beautiful clean surfaces and blast white luster that is very intense.
A nice problem-free example of this scarce Civil War era Seated Dime.
175,000 minted and much scarcer than even that modest mintage might suggest. Just 9 AU and 6 mint state coins have been graded finer than this example at PCGS. This example is P.Q. for the grade with light silver-gray surfaces and underlying mint luster.
Attractive blue-green and rose-gold color rests upon strongly mirrored surfaces. A modest mintage of 600.
Cream white luster with frosted design features and attractive mirrored fields. Just 600 minted and in demand as high grade circulation strikes are very scarce.
Arrows. Thick frosty white luster with delicate peripheral toning. A solid strike and wonderful eye appeal. Only 5 coins grade finer at NGC.