Seated Liberty Dollar


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Seated Liberty Dollar

A $1 silver coin minted by the United States between 1836 and 1873. It featured a portrait of Lady Liberty seated on a throne.
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30 /PRNewswire/ -- Houston-based Stanford Coins and Bullion announced it has sold the historic 1870-S Seated Liberty Dollar Eliasberg Specimen for $1.
According to Joe Frisard, President of Stanford Coins and Bullion, "The 1870-S Seated Liberty Dollar is a true numismatic rarity.
The 1870-S Seated Liberty Dollar Eliasberg Specimen is a prime example of this," he said.
Other highlights from The Good River Collection include: 1794 Half Dime NGC MS67, 1797 $10 Large Eagle NGC MS61, 1909 $20 NGC Proof 66, 1879 Flowing Hair $4 Stella NGC PR63, 1839 25c No Drapery NGC MS66, 1918/7-S 25c PCGS MS64, 1860-O Seated Liberty Dollar NGC MS66, 1897-O Morgan Dollar PCGS MS66, 1901 Philadelphia Morgan Dollar NGC MS65, 1921 Peace Dollar NGC MS67, and hundreds of other superb quality coins.
Additionally, an imposing 1871-CC Seated Liberty dollar graded MS-61 by NGC realized a price of $92,000.
The O'Brien Proof Seated Liberty Dollars Collection all found buyers.