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.
Frosty luster with a sharp strike. Just a little 'rub' away from mint state. A better and popular "CC' date.
CAC. Sharply struck with vibrant mint luster and a pleasing light golden-gray patina. The reverse has deep mirror proof-like fields. A scarce date in any grade and a real prize in mint state. This piece is outstanding for the grade and 1 of only 2 to receive CAC approval in MS-62!
Well struck with attractive original surfaces that are silver-white with a light champagne tint.
Crisp brilliant mint luster and a sharp strike with exceptionally clean surfaces.
Flashy mirrored surfaces with a warm champagne glow and heavy frost on the design features. 1,150 proofs were minted.
Flashy white luster with just a tiny trace of toning and a great strike.
Flashy white luster with just a trace of toning. The strike is very sharp and the surfaces have just minor marks.
Blast white with nearly mark-free surfaces. The strike is sharp except for the head of Liberty which is almost always soft on this date.
Well struck with flowing cream-white luster and minimal marks.
The 'key' business strike in the series with a mintage of just 97,000. In addition, many were melted at the mint. This is a pleasing example with sharp detail and problem-free surfaces.
Beautiful champagne-white luster off very clean surfaces for the grade. A proof-only issue with just 1,541 minted.
Flashy white luster with beautiful deep mirrored fields and contrasting frosted design elements. A proof-only issue with a mintage of just 1,541.
A touch of amber tint rests on nicely mirrored surfaces. Light unmentioned cameo on the devices provides a pleasant contrast. A very desirable proof-only date with just 1,987 minted.
CAC. Flashy white surfaces and a needle-sharp strike with heavy frost on the design. A scarce proof-only year with just 1,987 minted.
A beautifully toned and virtually flawless example of this scarce proof-only Trade Dollar. Bright lavender and blue surrounds a bright core on the obverse while a frosted white eagle is set against flashy champagne-gold on the reverse. The strike is needle-sharp and the fields are deeply mirrored. Frost on the design elements and contrast between the field and devices suggest a Cameo designation was barely missed. Just 979 minted and none have graded numerically finer at PCGS.