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.
No Drapery, Large Stars. A dazzling Gem with a razor sharp strike and beautiful golden-brown and light blue toning. An outstanding representative of this short-lived 'No Drapery' type!
No Drapery. A very sharp strike with a rich white core and a touch of toning primarily at the borders.
Drapery. 377,500 minted yet much scarcer than that modest number might suggest.
A very tough New Orleans mint dime that rarely surfaces in high grade.
Popular New Orleans mint "Arrows' Seated Dime. Well struck with nice frosty mint luster and no significant marks. PCGS has only graded 10 coins higher than this near-Gem example.
Arrows. A short-lived three year type with mintages dropping each year after a prodigious start in 1853. Mint state coins from 1855 are scarce with just 13 coins grading finer than this example at PCGS. The present coin has creamy mint luster and a sharp strike with all the design elements well detailed and even the centers of each star fully defined. The surfaces are nearly mark-free making the MS-64 grade seem quite conservative.
CAC. A lovely example of this early Seated Dime with a cream -white core and iridescent toning at the rim.
A scarce early proof with an estimated 50 to 70 known. This example is sharply struck with pleasing brilliant surfaces.
From the first year the mint sold proof sets to the public with about 300 sets made. Current estimates are that less than half that number have survived. This example is richly toned with shades of teal, dove-gray, and orange-gold.
Strong detail with pleasing light silver-gray surfaces. Only 60,000 minted and truly scarce in any grade!
A spectacular blast white example of this better date. The strike is extremely sharp and the surfaces are virtually mark-free. Super quality!
Nice reflective surfaces with a slight golden tint. Very attractive and from the first year the Mint sold proofs to the public.
Solid detail with pleasing original surfaces. Only 60,000 minted and scarce in any grade.
The last New Orleans mint dime struck before the outbreak of the Civil War. Only 40,000 minted and truly scarce in any grade.
CAC. The last New Orleans mint dime as the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861 saw the Confederacy occupy the Mint. This example has strong detail and very pleasing original color and surfaces. Just 40,000 minted with a low survival rate.
CAC. Strong detail for the grade and very attractive. Tough in any grade with a modest 140,000 coins minted.
This scarce Civil War issue saw a proof mintage of just 460 coins with only 14,000 business strikes. Very heavy design frost contrasts beautifully against deep brilliant mirrored fields and has produced a stunning Deep Cameo and fantastic eye appeal. The strike is incredibly sharp!
175,000 minted and much scarcer than even that modest mintage might suggest. Just 7 AU and 4 mint state coins have been graded finer than this example at PCGS. This coin has excellent detail and is problem-free with beautiful two-toned gray surfaces. A great collector coin!
CAC. Deep mirrored fields with champagne-gold toning that develops to turquoise at the rim. The design is a frosted champagne-white and the 'cameo' producing contrast is outstanding.
Flashy antique gold surfaces with a touch of turquoise. Ex. Eliasberg.