Liberty Seated Half Dollars (1839 - 1891)

Liberty Seated Half Dollars (1839 - 1891)
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1839-1891 Liberty Seated Half Dollars Culls
Introduced in 1839, the half dollar was the last denomination to bear the Liberty Seated design sculpted by mint engraver Christian Gobrecht. Read More
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1839-1891 Liberty Seated Half Dollars Avg Circ
Introduced in 1839, the half dollar was the last denomination to bear the Liberty Seated design sculpted by mint engraver Christian Gobrecht. Read More
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1843 Liberty Seated Half Dollar VF
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1853-O Liberty Seated Half Dollar w/Arrows & Rays VG
Nice for the grade, especially the reverse. This is the only year to have Arrows and Rays on the reverse. Read More
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1858 Liberty Seated Half Dollar Unc Details
Superb pre-Civil War Liberty Seated Half Dollar, struck at the Philadelphia Mint. This coin has some scratches that keep it from being a problem free example. A nice sharp Reverse! Read More
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1859 Liberty Seated Half Dollar VF
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1873-S Liberty Seated Half Dollar w/Arrows AU Details
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1876-CC Liberty Seated Half Dollar VG
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1877-S Liberty Seated Half Dollar AU
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Historical Significance of Liberty Seated Half Dollars Add Value to Collection

The series ran from 1839 until 1891. It was one of the longest running half dollars up to that point in history. It also held an important place in history because the Civil War and post-Civil War reconstruction took place during the time the Liberty Seated coins were in circulation. During the years of minting and circulation, these half dollars saw several variations, but the iconic Libery Seated design remained the same.

In 1861, the U.S. Mint at New Orleans was commandeered by Confederate forces after Louisiana seceded from the Union. It continued to strike U.S. coinage and that money helped to fuel the Confederacy during the early days of the war. Collectors can own highly valuable Liberty Coins that have tremendous value. Half dollars make a great investment for everyone.

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