1870 Liberty Seated Dollar Fine

1870 Liberty Seated Dollar Fine

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This 1870 Liberty Seated Dollar grades as a Fine. This coin is from one of the last years of issue for this iconic design.

Coin Highlights:
  • This coin has a low mintage of 415,000.
  • This coin grades as Fine.
  • Designed by Christian Gobrecht.
  • Obverse: Depicts Lady Liberty seated while holding a pole with a cap in her left hand and a shield in her right hand.
  • Reverse: Depicts an eagle perched on a branch holding three arrows with a shield on its chest.
  • Coins from the Philadelphia Mint do not feature a mint mark.

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Liberty Seated Dollars
Silver dollars
had been on a long hiatus by the time the Liberty Seated Dollars were created. Aside from some patterns and extreme rarities, there had been no silver dollars struck for general circulation since 1803. By the late 1830s, some patterns, known as Gobrecht Dollars, were designed and created by Christian Gobrecht, but were ultimately rejected. Finally, in 1840 the Seated Dollar design was adopted and minting for general circulation began again. Due to rising silver prices in the 1850s, the silver content within these coins quickly became worth more than their face value, resulting in later issues being used primarily in export trade.

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