1856 LIBERTY SEATED S$1, NO MOTTO PR65
GEM MIRRORED PROOF SURFACES WITH RICH AQUAMARINE PATINA. ONLY 50 STRUCK. JUST A SINGE COIN GRADED HIGHER AT PCGS. CAC.
In 1856, the newly formed Republican Party held its first national convention. This gathering, held in Philadelphia, saw the election of John Freemont as the first Republican presidential candidate. Could this 1856 silver dollar, minted in Philadelphia, have attended the first Republican National Convention?