Seated Liberty

Some articles on seated liberty, liberty:

Seated Liberty Dollar - Production - Later Years
... David Bowers believes that most Seated Liberty dollars produced after 1853 were shipped to China to pay for luxury goods, including tea and silk ... it did not strike silver dollars again until 1879, after the end of the Seated Liberty series ... The Seated Liberty dollar was the first coin to be struck at the Carson City Mint the first to be issued were 2,303 pieces paid to a Mr ...
Half Dime - Seated Liberty (various Subtypes) 1837-1873
... The design features Liberty seated on a rock and holding a shield and was first conceived in 1835 used first on the silver dollar patterns of 1836 ... In 1978 a unique 1870-S Seated Liberty half dime became known ... The Seated Liberty half dime was produced at the Philadelphia, San Francisco and New Orleans mints in an aggregate amount of 84,828,478 coins struck for ...
United States Seated Liberty Coinage
... The Seated Liberty designs appeared on most regular-issue silver United States coinage during the mid- and late-nineteenth century, from 1836 through 1891 ... The denominations which featured the Seated Liberty design included the half dime, the dime, the quarter, the half dollar, and until 1873 the silver dollar ... Another coin that appeared exclusively in the Seated Liberty design was the twenty cent piece ...
New Orleans Mint - Coinage Produced - Silver Coins
... Half dimes Seated Liberty 1838–42, 1844, 1848–60 The 1853 coins were minted in two varieties one with arrows at the date, and one without them ... Dimes Seated Liberty 1838–43, 1845, 1849–60, 1891 The mint mark is located in the wreath ... The Seated Liberty dime of 1838 is said to be the first silver coin minted in New Orleans ...

Famous quotes containing the words liberty and/or seated:

    ... there was one of two things I had a right to, liberty, or death; if I could not have one, I would take de oder; for no man should take me alive; I should fight for my liberty as long as my strength lasted, and when de time came for me to go, de Lord would let dem take me.
    Harriet Tubman (c. 1820–1913)

    While shepherds watched their flocks by night,
    All seated on the ground,
    The angel of the Lord came down,
    And glory shone around.
    Nahum Tate (1652–1715)