Seated Liberty Half Dollars
This challenging series is a hallmark for Half Dollar collectors.
With examples made at Philadelphia, San Francisco, New Orleans, and Carson City,
the Seated Liberty type is representative of American silver coinage in the 1800s.
  • 1839, No Drapery
  • 1839, No Drapery
  • 1839, With Drapery
  • 1840, Small Letters
  • 1840, Medium Letters
  • 1840-O
  • 1841
  • 1841-O
  • 1842
  • 1842, Small Date
  • 1842, Small Date, Small Letters
  • 1842, Small Date, Large Letters
  • 1842, Medium Date
  • 1842-O
  • 1842-O, Small Date
  • 1842-O, Medium Date
  • 1843
  • 1843-O
  • 1844
  • 1844-O
  • 1844-O, Doubled Date
  • 1845
  • 1845-O
  • 1845-O, No Drapery
  • 1846
  • 1846, Medium Date
  • 1846, Tall Date
  • 1846, 6 over Horizontal 6
  • 1846-O
  • 1846-O, Medium Date
  • 1846-O, Tall Date
  • 1847
  • 1847, 7 over 6
  • 1847-O
  • 1848
  • 1848-O
  • 1849
  • 1849-O
  • 1850
  • 1850-O
  • 1851
  • 1851-O
  • 1852
  • 1852-O
  • 1853, With Arrows and Rays
  • 1853-O, Without Arrows and Rays
  • 1853-O, With Arrows and Rays
  • 1854
  • 1854-O
  • 1855
  • 1855, over 1854
  • 1855-O
  • 1855-S
  • 1856
  • 1856-O
  • 1856-S
  • 1857
  • 1857-O
  • 1857-S
  • 1858, Proof
  • 1858
  • 1858-O
  • 1858-S
  • 1859, Proof
  • 1859
  • 1859-O
  • 1859-S
  • 1860, Proof
  • 1860
  • 1860-O
  • 1860-S
  • 1861, Proof
  • 1861
  • 1861-O
  • 1861-O, Confederate Striking
  • 1861-S
  • 1862, Proof
  • 1862
  • 1862-S
  • 1863, Proof
  • 1863
  • 1863-S
  • 1864, Proof
  • 1864
  • 1864-S
  • 1865, Proof
  • 1865
  • 1865-S
  • 1866, Proof
  • 1866, Proof, With Motto
  • 1866
  • 1866, With Motto
  • 1866-S
  • 1866-S, No Motto
  • 1866-S, With Motto
  • 1867, Proof
  • 1867
  • 1867-S
  • 1868, Proof
  • 1868
  • 1868-S
  • 1869, Proof
  • 1869
  • 1869-S
  • 1870, Proof
  • 1870
  • 1870-CC
  • 1870-S
  • 1871, Proof
  • 1871
  • 1871-CC
  • 1871-S
  • 1872, Proof
  • 1872
  • 1872-CC
  • 1872-S
  • 1873, Proof
  • 1873, Proof, Without Arrows
  • 1873, Proof, With Arrows
  • 1873
  • 1873, Without Arrows
  • 1873, Without Arrows, Closed 3
  • 1873, Without Arrows, Open 3
  • 1873, With Arrows
  • 1873-CC
  • 1873-CC, Without Arrows
  • 1873-CC, With Arrows
  • 1873-S
  • 1873-S, With Arrows
  • 1874, Proof
  • 1874
  • 1874-CC
  • 1874-S
  • 1875, Proof
  • 1875
  • 1875-CC
  • 1875-S
  • 1876, Proof
  • 1876
  • 1876-CC
  • 1876-S
  • 1877, Proof
  • 1877
  • 1877, 7 over 6
  • 1877-CC
  • 1877-S
  • 1878, Proof
  • 1878
  • 1878-CC
  • 1878-S
  • 1879, Proof
  • 1879
  • 1880, Proof
  • 1880
  • 1881, Proof
  • 1881
  • 1882, Proof
  • 1882
  • 1883, Proof
  • 1883
  • 1884, Proof
  • 1884
  • 1885, Proof
  • 1885
  • 1886, Proof
  • 1886
  • 1887, Proof
  • 1887
  • 1888, Proof
  • 1888
  • 1889, Proof
  • 1889
  • 1890, Proof
  • 1890
  • 1891, Proof
  • 1891

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1839 to 1891
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1839 to 1865
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1866 to 1891
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From 1839 to 1891, the Seated Liberty design was the standard image on all regular and proof issue half dollars. The coin was a general favorite in commerce, surpassing the contemporary half dimes, dimes, quarters, and silver dollars in trade. The series has its highs and lows, all of which reflect the cultural and economic events of its lifespan.

As the design began in 1839, silver coinage was struck by the mints in Philadelphia and in New Orleans. Production figures were ample and modest, dipping slightly during the years of the California Gold Rush and rebounding after the change of weight in 1853. By 1855, the San Francisco Mint was creating its own issues of Seated Liberty Half Dollars using locally sourced silver ore.
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From 1839 to 1891, the Seated Liberty design was the standard image on all regular and proof issue half dollars. The coin was a general favorite in commerce, surpassing the contemporary half dimes, dimes, quarters, and silver dollars in trade. The series has its highs and lows, all of which reflect the cultural and economic events of its lifespan.

As the design began in 1839, silver coinage was struck by the mints in Philadelphia and in New Orleans. Production figures were ample and modest, dipping slightly during the years of the California Gold Rush and rebounding after the change of weight in 1853. By 1855, the San Francisco Mint was creating its own issues of Seated Liberty Half Dollars using locally sourced silver ore.

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