1846 LIBERTY SEATED 25C, NO MOTTO PR65

ONLY 12 STRUCK. SOLE HIGHEST GRADED AT PCGS. ELIASBERG PEDIGREE.
Grading Service: PCGS
SKU: 134409
Cert Number: 35488077
PCGS Population: 1
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PCGS Graded Higher: 0
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$50,000.00**
$65,000.00

In 1846, General Winfield Scott commanded the little-known soldier named Robert E. Lee in the Mexican-American War. Scott, who served as the Commanding General of the United States Army for an unheard of 20 years, saw much promise in the young Virginian calling his the best soldier he had ever seen. Years later, Scott would offer Lee command of the entire Union Army, an offer refused as Lee would take up command of the Confederate forces. This 1846 half dollar recalls the rise of Robert E. Lee from relative obscurity.

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