Liberty Seated Dollars (1840 - 1873)
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The Liberty Seated Silver Dollar was designed by Christian Gobrecht and were first minted in 1840. The series continued until 1873 when replaced by the Trade Dollar. The obverse features a Seated Liberty surrounded by 13 stars adorning the coin’s edge, with the stars representing the states in the Union. The reverse depicts a resplendent eagle with wings spread. The eagle grips in its talons an olive branch and a cluster of arrows in its talons, symbolic of war and peace. This magnificent series is truly a great collectible.
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The Liberty Seated Dollar was minted from 1840 to 1873. Seated Liberty Silver Dollars were primarily minted in Philadelphia, although there are 12 di.... Read More
This Liberty Seated Dollar has Extra Fine Details with a couple of Rim Bumps. The 1870 Carson City Liberty Seated Dollar is a scarce date that is always in demand with only 11,758 Silver Dollars minted. This Silver Dollar inclu.... Read More
This Liberty Seated Dollar has Good Details with a couple of Rim Nicks. The 1870 Carson City Liberty Seated Dollar is a scarce date that is always in demand with only 11,758 Silver Dollars minted. This Silver Dollar includes th.... Read More