eated Liberty Half Dollars were minted from 1839 to 1891. They were made in Philadelphia, New Orleans, and San Francisco.
Many minor design changes were made over the years. There are many scarce and rare dates in the Seated Liberty Half Dollar series.
Reverse of 1839. Well detailed and attractive with light silver-gray surfaces.
855,100 minted with surprisingly few mint state survivors. This example has crisp brilliant luster and a solid strike with minimal marks.
Tall Date. Well detailed with pleasing battleship gray surfaces.
Medium Date. Strong detail and lustrous with even light iridescent toning.
CAC. Medium Date. Very sharply struck with vibrant mint luster and no noticeable wear. A delicate champagne-gold hue blankets the coin with turquoise toning at the rim. Very attractive with the eye appeal of a 63 coin! (RPD WB-105)
Unc. Details - Net AU-53. Cleaned - Retoned.
CAC. Well struck and lustrous with a touch of russet toning. Very nearly mint state.
Boldly struck with frosty white luster and a touch of toning mainly at the rim. Semi proof-like fields contrast boldly with the frosted design elements and give this coin wonderful eye appeal. Only 227,000 minted.
An amazing example of this short-lived 'Arrows' type with beautiful rich toning that starts with a honey-gold core and develops to rose hues and finally turquoise at the rim. The strike is needle-sharp and the eye appeal is riveting!
Attractive with very nearly XF detail. A better date with 211,000 minted.
Only 300 proofs minted in 1858 with an estimate 80 to 100 survivors. This example is very sharply struck with flashy deep mirrored surfaces that display intense luster and beautiful iridescent gold and blue toning. Super eye appeal!
Sharp detail and lustrous brilliant surfaces. Just a touch of wear away from being mint state.
Well struck with rich frosty mint luster and a light champagne hue. A flashy 'S' mint half dollar with excellent eye appeal.
No Motto. Solid detail with light silver-gray surfaces. Just 60,000 minted before the reverse design was changed and the motto IN GOD WE TRUST was added.
Outstanding eye appeal with frosted white design features sitting on deep mirrored fields and framed by a thin ring of gold at the rim.
CAC. A gem for the grade with strong detail and nice problem-free surfaces.
CAC. Blue-green and amber toning at the border with frosty brilliance in the center. A wonderful coin with incredible eye appeal. Very conservatively graded!
A pleasing example of this scarce Carson City mint Seated Half. 257,000 minted.
Arrows. Sharp detail and lustrous with a silver-gray patina and a faint golden hue.
Arrows. Scarce with only 550 minted. Attractive untoned surfaces and very nice for the grade.