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.
Super tough in mint state with just 24 graded at NGC in all grades. This example has beautiful crisp luster and a sharp strike. Only a couple of coins have sold at auction over the last 5 years and they've brought huge prices!
CAC approved. Arrows and Rays. Well struck with just a trace of wear and original russet toning.
Arrows and Rays.
Arrows & Rays. Rich iridescent multi-colored toning with shades of blue, gold, and lavender. Very well struck and without major abrasions. An attractive example of this one year 'type'!
Creamy white luster with a faint golden hue. The strike is sharp and the surfaces are free of major abrasions. The date is dramatically repunched at an angle such that the 5 and 6 are repunched north while the 1 is slightly south.
Beautiful muli-colored toning with shades of blue, lavender and gold.
CAC approved. A stunning beauty with white frost on the devices against a brilliant mirror that shows a delicate trace of gold at the rim. Very light hairlines define the grade but this coin has the eye appeal of a higher grade coin!
A spectacular blazing white Gem with just a trace of gold to attest to the originality of this nearly perfect coin. A special Seated Half that will surely amaze and delight its next owner! Only 550 proofs minted.
CAC approved. Just 550 proofs of this popular Civil War era half dollar were minted. The heavily frosted center is white while the fields show a very light silver-gray patina with a touch of gold at the rim. The cameo contrast is stunning and gives this beauty excellent eye appeal.
Frosty white devices contrast nicely against mirrored surfaces. Only 460 of this popular Civil War era proof were minted.
Frosted devices that are nearly white with attractive toning on the mirrored fields.
Well struck with nice contrast and bright surfaces. A popular Civil War era date with just 470 proofs minted.
No Motto. Attractive steel-gray surfaces with strong detail for the grade. This final 'No Motto' issue had a mintage of just 60,000.
Blast white frost on the devices with a delicate gold hue to the highly reflective mirror surfaces. The contrast give this coin exceptional eye appeal.
CAC approved. Problem free battleship gray. Popular "CC" date. Only 2 coins graded this grade at PCGS and surprisingly few at PCGS or NGC in any grade.
CAC approved. Blue-green and amber toning at the border with frosty brilliance in the center. A wonderful coin with incredible eye appeal. Very conservatively graded!
Well detailed with nice two toned surfaces. This issue saw a low survival rate and heavy circulation. Most have problems or are low grade. This nice middle-grade example is a nice find!
Arrows. Scarce with only 550 minted. Attractive untoned surfaces and very nice for the grade.
No Arrows, Closed 3. A beautiful coin that seems conservatively graded. There is strong contrast between the frosty white devices and the highly reflective mirror surfaces. Very attractive with exceptional eye appeal!
No Arrows. Closed 3. From a mintage of just 600, this coin is stunning. The devices have heavy golden frost against mirrored surfaces that display light hues of silver patina, gold, amber and electric blue at the rim. This is a very pretty proof Seated Half!