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1841 Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS MS62 (CAC)

1841 Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS MS62 (CAC)

The 1841 is rare in any Mint State grade and with this MS62 example being so fresh and original, it is highly desirable. This precisely struck example has light to medium chestnut-gray toning that has a ton of luster that enlivens both sides.

PCGS Cert #25294974cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 14/19 Higher: 15/10
CAC Population/Higher: 4/6

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1850 Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS MS64 (CAC)

1850 Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS MS64 (CAC)

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PCGS Cert #25596534cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 2/3 Higher: 0/0
CAC Population: 2/0

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1852 One Dollar J-140 Pattern PCGS PR64 (CAC)

1852 One Dollar J-140 Pattern PCGS PR64 (CAC)

A very interesting Pattern Coin that is just a simple golden circle with USA on the top and 1852 below on the obverse while the reverse shows a circle of olive sprigs. Struck on an annular copper-nickel planchet with a plain edge, the original mintage is unknown.

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PCGS Cert #25055600cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 7/0 Higher: 1/5
CAC Population/Higher: 4/3

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1859-O Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS MS62

1859-O Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS MS62

A super Seated Liberty Dollar example, from the New Orleans Mint that display wonderful preserved surfaces that are bright and stunning. The series started in 1839 and ran until 1891, during this 52 year span, many changes were made, but never to stray to far from Christian Golbrecht’s original design.

PCGS Cert #25094774

PCGS / NGC Population: 118/106 Higher: 76/53
CAC Population/Higher: 19/15

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1860-O Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS MS64 (CAC)

1860-O Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS MS64 (CAC)

A super example of this New Orleans Mint, Seated Liberty Half Dollar. Wonderful original centers are complimented by golden-olive peripheries. Only 20 coins have received this grade from PCGS with 9 higher. The series started in 1839 and ran until 1891, during this 52 year span, many changes were made, but never to stray to far from Christian Golbrecht’s original design.

PCGS Cert #18649377cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 20/22 Higher: 9/12
CAC Population: 7/2

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1864 Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS PR64+ (CAC)

1864 Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS PR64+ (CAC)

With just a mere 470 proof specimens and a small mintage of business strikes minted for the date, nice proof examples are heavily sought. Here is a gorgeously toned Seated Liberty Dollar. Deep multicolored toning flows through the peripheries on the obverse while a multitude of tones cover the reverse. This intricately detailed Civil War era specimen is sure to please the fussiest collector.

PCGS Cert #25570394cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 1/0 Higher: 7/25
CAC Population: 7/2

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1865 Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS PR63CAM (CAC) Teich Family Collection

1865 Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS PR63CAM (CAC) Teich Family Collection

A stunning example of the Seated Liberty design that started in 1839 and ran until 1891, 52 wonderful years, and although many changes were made, they never strayed to far from Christian Golbrecht’s original design. This coin is from 1865 and is one of only 14 coins to receive the PR63 grade from PCGS with 21 higher. This is a tough coin and it is lovely. The stars are nicely struck up, the fields are exceptionally clean, and the striking on Liberty and the Eagle, breathtaking. Another winner for the Teich Family Collection.

PCGS Cert #20573103cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 14/13 Higher: 21/25
CAC Population/Higher: 3/3

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1866 Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS PR64CAM

1866 Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS PR64CAM

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PCGS Cert #25544433

PCGS / NGC Population: 14/18 Higher: 14/14
CAC Population: 6/5

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1867 Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS PR66DCAM (CAC)

1867 Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS PR66DCAM (CAC)

This is what all coins should look like! The depths to the mirrors on this Seated Liberty Dollar seem endless and the crisp devices float above them and shimmer from the frostiness. There were only 627 proof coins minted for the date and only 18 (more than likely less because of regrades) have received the “Deep Cameo” designation, now narrowing that down to this lofty grade…only 2 have received the 66 grade from PCGS with none higher! This is extremely rare just by the numbers, but seriously do the others look like this? An incredible coin that is sure to be the highlight to your collection.

PCGS Cert #25057176cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 2/3 Higher: 0/0
CAC Population/Higher: 0/0

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1870 Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS PR65 (CAC)

1870 Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS PR65 (CAC)

With just a mere 1000 proof specimens strikes minted for the date, nice proof examples are heavily sought. Here is a gorgeously toned Seated Liberty Dollar. A wonderful array of golden hues blanket the obverse and reverse with touches of powder blue highlighting the rims. Struck at the same time period that the mint was producing hoards of patterns for collectors.

PCGS Cert #9952403cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 16/17 Higher: 4/12
CAC Population: 2/1

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1872 Seated Liberty Dollar NGC PF62 (CAC)

1872 Seated Liberty Dollar NGC PF62 (CAC)

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NGC Cert #3176027002cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 47/19 Higher 115/98

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1873 Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS PR64+DCAM (CAC)

1873 Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS PR64+DCAM (CAC)

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PCGS Cert #24464933cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 6/3 Higher: 6/4
CAC Population/Higher: 2/0

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1873 Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS PR64+DCAM (CAC)

1873 Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS PR64+DCAM (CAC)

Here’s a “head light!” The depths to the mirrors seem endless and the crisp devices float above them and shimmer from the frostiness. This is what all coins should look like. There were only 600 proof coins minted for the date and only 27 (more than likely less because of regrades) have received the “Deep Cameo” designation, now narrowing that down to this lofty grade…only 3 have received the 64+ grade with 4 higher! This is extremely rare just by the numbers, but seriously do the others look like this? An incredible coin that is sure to be the highlight to your collection.

PCGS Cert #25509975cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 3/0 Higher: 4/4
CAC Population/Higher: 3/0

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1873 Trade Dollar PCGS MS64 (CAC)

1873 Trade Dollar PCGS MS64 (CAC)

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PCGS Cert #06612119cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 42/31 Higher 14/8

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1874 Trade Dollar PCGS PR65 (CAC)

1874 Trade Dollar PCGS PR65 (CAC)

The U.S. Trade dollar was designed by William Barber, the mint’s chief engraver and authorized by Congress to improve trade with the Orient. Prior to this, the Mexican Peso was used in trading with China. The Trade Dollar was minted at 420 grains of silver about 8 grains more than the U.S. silver dollar and 4 more than the peso. More trade dollars were made at the San Francisco Mint than any of the other mints combined, making this Philadelphia tougher to come by. With PCGS grading only 8 coins at this level with a single coin finer. Iridescent blue and petal-pink illuminate both sides of this lovely proof gem.

PCGS Cert #25554188cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 8/16 Higher: 1/9
CAC Population/Higher: 2/1

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1874-CC Chop Mark Trade Dollar PCGS MS60

1874-CC Chop Mark Trade Dollar PCGS MS60

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PCGS Cert #12745585

PCGS / NGC Population: n/a Higher: n/a
CAC Population/Higher: 0/1

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1874-CC Trade Dollar Chop Mark PCGS MS60

1874-CC Trade Dollar Chop Mark PCGS MS60

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PCGS Population: – Higher: -
CAC Population/Higher: -/-

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1874-S Trade Dollar PCGS MS64 (CAC)

1874-S Trade Dollar PCGS MS64 (CAC)

The U.S. Trade dollar was designed by William Barber, the mint’s chief engraver and authorized by Congress to improve trade with the Orient. Prior to this, the Mexican Peso was used in trading with China. The Trade Dollar was minted at 420 grains of silver about 8 grains more than the U.S. silver dollar and 4 more than the peso. More trade dollars were made at the San Francisco Mint than any of the other mints combined. Being as San Francisco was closest to the main source of silver as well as the closest ports leaving for China. This San Francisco example offered here has nice original lustrous surfaces with an impeccable strike.

PCGS Cert #06632814cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 19/18 Higher 1/2

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1875 Trade Dollar NGC PF66

1875 Trade Dollar NGC PF66

A beautiful specimen showing a cameo contrast. In fact, this coin is in an older NGC holder, and should receive the “Cameo” designation if sent back in for review. With a scant mintage of only 700, it is safe to say few have survived in this condition.

PCGS Cert #139371015
PCGS / NGC Population: 22/36 Higher: 7/11

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1875-CC Trade Dollar PCGS AU58 (CAC)

1875-CC Trade Dollar PCGS AU58 (CAC)

Intense crimson, fiery amber and spring green line the stunning Trade Dollar design and that is on the obverse, the reverse, turn it up a few notches. A very strong coin for the grade! The U.S. Trade dollar was designed by William Barber, the mint’s chief engraver and authorized by Congress to improve trade with the Orient. Prior to this, the Mexican Peso was used in trading with China. The Trade Dollar was minted at 420 grains of silver about 8 grains more than the U.S. silver dollar and 4 more than the peso. More trade dollars were made at the San Francisco Mint than any of the other mints combined: Being as San Francisco was closest to the main source of silver as well as the closest ports leaving for China. Hence finding Carson City products like this, is a real treat.

PCGS Cert #26291089cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 24/51 Higher: 180/242
CAC Population/Higher: 1/13

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Contact Information

Numismatic Americana Incorporated
P.O. Box 608
Chester, NJ 07930

William Shamhart, Jr.
Phone: 1-908-962-1500
email: Bill@numismaticamericana.com

Notes on Our Next Show

58th Money Show of the Southwest

December 4-6, 2014
George R. Brown Convention Center
Houston, TX

If you have items to SELL please stop by our table and we will be happy to discuss purchasing them

We will also have many items with us for you to view. If you are looking for anything in particular, or have an interest in anything on our website, please email or give us a call, prior to the show and we will make sure we bring this item for you to view.

Thank you and we look forward to meeting you.

Show Schedule

58th Money Show of the Southwest
December 4-6, 2014
George R. Brown Convention Center
Houston, TX

FUN 60th Annual Convention
January 8-11, 2015
Orange County Convention Center
Orlando, FL

National Money Show
March 5-7, 2015
Oregon Convention Center
Portland, OR

Central States Numismatic Society
April 22-25, 2015
Schaumburg Convention Center
Schaumburg, IL

Colorado Springs Coin Show
June 25-28, 2015
Freedom Financial Services Expo Center
Colorado Springs, CO