Seated Liberty Quarter


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Seated Liberty Quarter

A silver coin minted by the United States between 1836 and 1891. It was worth 1/4 of one dollar. It featured a portrait of Lady Liberty seated on a throne.
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The popular Carson City coinage also showed continuing strength as an 1870-CC Seated Liberty Quarter Dollar brought $33,350 in spirited bidding.