Seated Liberty Dollars were struck from 1840 till 1873 and coins were made in Philadelphia, Carson City, New Orleans and San Francisco.
Seated Liberty Dollars after 1865 carry the reverse motto IN GOD WE TRUST. There are quite a few scarce and rare date Seated Liberty Dollars.
Richly toned and a razor sharp strike with just a touch of wear on the high points of Ms. Liberty. From the first year of this 'type' with a modest mintage of 61,005.
CAC stickered. Warm steel gray color bathes this well struck early no motto example.
Nice satiny mint luster with a light champagne hue and a touch of blue and gold at the rim.
Sharp detail and lustrous.
An attractive upper-end VF.
This was the first branch mint silver dollar issued and had a mintage of just 59,000 coins. This example is well-detailed with a silver-gray patina.
The first of only 4 dates of Seated Dollars struck at the New Orleans Mint. This example is well detailed and problem-free. Only 59,000 minted.
A solid strike with nice brilliant luster and just the barest touch of wear. Only 15,000 minted.
Very well struck with radiant mint luster and attractive light golden toning. Scattered minor marks define the grade but overall this coin is premium quality for an MS-61 and has exceptional eye appeal.
A scarce date with just 20,000 minted and relatively few graded at PCGS and NGC. This example has nearly Very Fine detail.
Very attractive with brilliant surfaces and just the slightest trace of wear.
Well struck with flashy white luster. Much nicer than your typical MS-60!
Flashy brilliant luster with nice contrast between the fields and the frosted devices. In an old holder before PCGS used the cameo designation. An attractive coin that seems undergraded. Only 625 proofs were minted.
Solid for the grade with strong detail and nice surfaces.
Full brilliant surfaces and a bold strike with outstanding eye appeal. The Proof-62 grade seems conservative.
Popular Carson City issue and truly scarce with a mere 3,150 minted. This is a pleasing example with silver-gray surfaces and a partial LIBERTY on the shield.