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!
No Stars, Large Date. Fantastic quality with blast white surfaces and a great strike. Devoid of any significant marks and a coin with wonderful eye appeal!
One of the key dates in the series and tough to find in any grade.
Sharply struck and devoid of marks with delicate champagne toning and neon blue at the edges. Super quality with just 3 grading MS-67 at NGC and none finer.
Very frosty cream-white surfaces that show a sharp strike and strong eye appeal.
Arrows. Blast white and a sharp strike with no significant marks and neat die clashing on both sides.
Arrows. Flashy mostly white surfaces with a sprinkle of toning.
CAC. Well struck with silky smooth lustrous surfaces coated with iridescent shades of forest-green, gold, dove-gray and a hint of turquoise.
Lustrous light golden-gray surfaces and a sharp strike.
CAC. Warm light golden toning on this well struck and fully lustrous Gem.
CAC. Very flashy with beautiful deep mirrored fields and heavy white frost on the design.
CAC. Delightful thick frosty white surfaces with great eye appeal. The last 'Stars on Obverse' date with only 560,000 minted. Just 4 coins grade finer at PCGS and they are all deeply toned.
Lustrous olive-gray surfaces exhibit traces of peripheral gold and a sharp strike.
Strong frosty luster that starts out creamy white in the center and radiates outward into a palette of multi-color hues. Super eye appeal!
Altered Surfaces - Unc. Detail.
Well struck with nearly flawless surfaces that are coated with rich cream-white luster. Outstanding quality with wonderful eye appeal!
Spectacular quality with blast white luster, a great strike, and semi proof-like surfaces. A wonderful Civil War era half-dime.
Lustrous cream-white surfaces and overall, a sharp strike. Interesting die clashing is apparent on the obverse. A popular Civil War date with a low mintage of 48,000. Tough in any grade with only 3 coins grading numerically finer at PCGS.
Flashy white luster with heavy frost on the design features producing a strong 'cameo'.
A modest 88,600 minted but the survival rate must have been very low as we rarely see this date in any grade! This example has very sharp detail and olive-gray and gold surfaces.