This 1842 Seated Liberty half dollar has a medium date with large letters on the reverse and comes with an elusive grade of MS-64 by NGC, which further adds to this coins rarity and beauty.
- Contains .3866 oz of Silver.
- NGC encapsulation ensures the MS-65 condition and quality of the coin.
- Designed by Christian Gobrecht.
- Obverse: Depicts the goddess Liberty clad in a flowing dress and seated upon a rock. In her left hand, she holds a Liberty pole surmounted by a Phrygian cap, which had been a pre-eminent symbol of freedom during the movement of Neoclassicism
- Reverse: Features central eagle about to take flight, with a striped shield upon its breast. The eagle clutched an olive branch of peace in its right talons and a group of arrows in its left talons.
- Guaranteed by the U.S. Mint.
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The Seated Liberty portrait designs appeared on most regular-issue Silver United States coinage during the mid to late nineteenth century, from 1836 through 1891.