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.
J-60. Gobrecht Dollar. Plain edge, struck in silver. No stars obverse. Stars reverse. Die Alignment IV. A particularly attractive Gobrecht with fields that retain considerable flash and are virtually mark-free. An attractive silver-gray patina, with a touch of gold, blankets both sides with a touch of iridescent blue and burnt-orange at the reverse rim.
CAC. Well struck with just the barest trace of 'rub' and beautiful original toned surfaces that retain considerable mint luster.
Extremely well struck with attractive golden-gray lustrous surfaces that have a slight semi proof-like quality.
Very attractive and problem-free.
CAC. Frosty white luster and a solid strike with flashy semi proof-like surfaces.
Sharp detail with lustrous surfaces and attractive light champagne-tan toning. Very nearly mint state.
Well struck with frosty white luster. Very nearly mint state.
A solid strike with nice brilliant luster and just the barest touch of wear. Only 15,000 minted.
A better date with 62,600 minted and just a few dozen mint state survivors. This example is very well struck with semi proof-like surfaces and crisp brilliant luster.
CAC. Solid detail with pleasing problem-free surfaces.
Extremely close to mint state with razor sharp detail and flashy mint luster from semi proof-like surfaces. A very tough date with a mintage of just 7,500 pieces.
CAC. Apparently most of the 94,000 coin mintage was used for trade with China and subsequently melted. Circulated coins are rarely seen with most of the few survivors being mint state. This beautiful example has highly reflective proof-like surfaces with nice golden toning and a touch of orange at the margins. Excellent eye appeal.
Sharp strike with super flashy mint luster. Very few marks for the grade and a nice light golden hue to attest to the originality.
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.
Flashy bright white luster and an excellent strike. Outstanding for the grade with excellent eye appeal.
Business strikes of this popular Civil War era date are seldom-seen as the mintage was just 11,540 and the survival rate was quite low. This example is well detailed with nice light silver-gray surfaces and remnants of mint luster.
Well struck with lustrous surfaces and just a touch of wear.
Well detailed with luster remaining on attractive light silver-gray surfaces.