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.
CAC. Mostly white with a sprinkling of gold. The fields are proof-like and the strike is needle-sharp. (WB-101)
Doubled Date. A very neat variety as the repunched date is well north of the properly positioned date. Scarce in any grade. This is a pleasing and well detailed example for the grade.
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)
CAC. Tall Date. Scarce in any grade and much rarer than the Medium Date. This example is very attractive and very nearly a full XF.
Attractive with very nearly XF detail. A better date with 211,000 minted.
Satiny brilliant luster and a great strike. Outstanding for the grade.
CAC. From the first year of operation for the Carson City Mint and one of the most sought-after dates in the Seated Liberty series. Only 54,617 were minted and the survival rate was extremely low. This example is exceptionally nice for the grade with even silver-gray surfaces.
A pleasing example of this scarce Carson City half dollar. 257,000 minted.
CAC. Arrows. A needle-sharp strike with heavily frosted devices against beautiful deep mirrored fields. A light golden glow gives this coin wonderful eye appeal!
Arrows. A pleasing problem-free example of this better date.
Arrows. Well detailed with surfaces varying from gunmetal-gray to charcoal gray.
Just 59,000 minted with a very low survival rate, making this date scarce in any grade. The present example has nearly XF detail with nice light dove-gray surfaces that are remarkably problem-free for the issue.
CAC. A needle-sharp strike with frosty white luster and semi proof-like surfaces.
A gorgeous Gem example of this scarce date. The strike is bold with the fields showing proof-like reflectivity. The obverse has a nice cameo appearance as Liberty is covered in white frost while the fields show faint golden toning. The reverse is equally impressive with a more uniform light lilac-gold blend. Only 8,400 struck and much more available in proof than as a business strike.
CAC. A pleasing example of this scarce date. Just 10,000 business strike minted and more often seen as a proof.
Cream white luster and a sharp strike with proof-like surfaces. Only 4,400 business strikes minted.
Blast white with heavy frost on the design features. A scarce date with just 1,100 proofs and 4,400 business strikes minted.
Just 4,400 business strikes minted and much more frequently encountered as a proof.
Rarely available as a business strike as just 5,000 were minted.