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.
Sharply struck with vibrant cream white luster 'cartwheel' and no major abrasions. A touch of toning mainly at the rim and a great looking coin for the grade.
CAC. Micro CC. 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.
CAC. Extremely well struck and lustrous with light russet toning.
Very well struck with cream white luster and very few marks for the grade. A better date in any grade and very tough in mint state.
Well struck with highly lustrous white surfaces.
Flashy white luster and a sharp strike with a lot fewer marks than is expected on a 62 coin. The eye appeal is outstanding.
Nice silky luster and a very sharp strike. Premium quality for the grade!
A beautiful near-Gem with very flashy mint luster that shows a light champagne-gold hue.
Well struck with crisp white luster. Scattered marks that are all very minor but define the grade. Nice!
Well struck with crisp white luster. The scattered marks that define the grade are really quite minor and in no way detract from the overall eye appeal of this lovely coin. This is much nicer than one would expect for an MS-61 Trade Dollar!
Crisp brilliant luster with fewer marks than we usually see on an MS-63 and a very sharp strike.
White luster and well struck.
CAC approved. This better date from the popular Carson City Mint features crisp brilliant luster with the barest hue of light gold and a very sharp strike. Much cleaner than you'd expect for the grade with excellent eye appeal.
Brilliant mint luster and a sharp strike. A very nice coin for the grade.
CAC. Vibrant creamy mint luster and a needle-sharp strike. Outstanding eye appeal.
Well struck with crisp luster that shows a light champagne-gold hue. The only 63+ from NGC or PCGS.
A scarce proof-only date with just 1,987 minted. This example has razor sharp detail with nice mirrored surfaces and light original toning.
An attractive untoned coin with nicely frosted devices. A scarce proof-only date with just 1,987 minted.
A scarce proof-only date with a mere 960 minted. This coin exhibits a sharp strike and attractive mirrored surfaces. The obverse has light champagne toning while the reverse has multi-colored iridescent toning.
A nice frosty brilliant proof with excellent eye appeal. A proof-only date with a mintage of just 1,097.