This 1872-CC Liberty Seated Half Dollar has been certified as XF-45 by PCGS, one of the top two coin grading services. This coin has a population of only 20 coins!
- Population of 20 coins at this grade level with 62 graded higher.
- Contains .7735 oz of Silver.
- PCGS has graded and guaranteed this coin as being in XF-45 condition.
- Mintage of only 3,150 coins.
- Obverse: Shows Liberty seated on a rock facing left while her right hand rests firmly above the shield of the United States. In her left hand is a pole with a Phrygian cap.
- Reverse: Heraldic eagle with motto above.
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Seated dollars are a notoriously challenging series to collect, and the Carson City issues are considered particularly tough even within the series. Due to the low mintages and rough life of most of the coinage produced at the then-new Carson City mint, heavily circulated coins are the norm when CC Seated dollars are found. Uncirculated examples are rare and carry a considerable price tag. This XF-45 example offers near full detail - excepting, of course, the strike weakness that plagued most of Carson City's productions and from which this coin is not exempt, at a price significantly below that of an AU or MS coin.