Liberty Seated Half Dimes

No Stars Obverse (1837-1838)


1835 started off with a bang. On January 30th, an assailant fired two shots at President Andrew Jackson as he was leaving the House chamber. The shots missed. Ironically, a short time later, Samuel Colt patented his revolver. In early spring, Georgia passed the death penalty for anyone publishing anything that could incite slave rebellions. Abolitionists ranted, while most of the South approved. Lots of tension, lots of change.

Changes also led to the Mint becoming a very busy place. For the first time ever, there was a large amount of silver and gold available for use. New steam technology brought the introduction of modern, state of the art coining presses which could strike coins quickly and efficiently in a close collar. These factors were instrumental in the Mint’s entering the modern era.

Newly appointed Mint Director Robert M. Patterson had strong feelings about his own vision of the .... (Expand Text)

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1866 LIBERTY SEATED H10C PR66+ Cameo

GEM CAMEO PROOF SURFACES WITH LIGHT SEAGREEN TONING. ONLY 725 STRUCK. JUST THREE COINS GRADED HIGHER. CAC.
$7,150.00

1870 LIBERTY SEATED H10C PR68

GEM PROOF SURFACES WITH LOVELY AMBER/ROSE TONING AND CAMEO DEVICES. TIED FOR HIGHEST GRADED.
$10,950.00

1871 LIBERTY SEATED H10C MS68

GEM WHITE. SOLE HIGHEST GRADED AT PCGS.
$24,750.00

1872-S LIBERTY SEATED H10C, MINTMARK BELOW MS68

MINTMARK BELOW BOW. SOLE HIGHEST GRADED.
$23,950.00