The L.W.Bristol Classics is a known maker of Confederate coin reproductions. There are only 4 authentic 1861 Liberty Seated half dollars with the Confederate reverse. This piece has no numismatic collectible value.
A seated Lady Liberty.
This is not a coin made by the mint.
All genuine Confederate coins are dated 1861 not 1862, you may have a Liberty Seated half dollar that is dated 1862, but it was not made by the C.S.A.
$300 to $150,000 depending upon the date and the condition of the coin.
The U.S. Mint has never produced a one troy ounce seated liberty coin. I can only deduce that you have a privately minted one ounce silver round that has a seated liberty design on it. These have been minted for decades and continue to be minted every year by private companies.
It's likely the piece is a replica or a silver bullion coin of some type, the weight and diameter do not match any coin of the Liberty Seated series of coins
All 1861 gold dollars carried an Indian head design. If you have a large (38 mm) $1 coin it's a silver dollar. Its color may have changed due to tarnish or other effects of age. There's more information at the Related Question.
Although "Miss Liberty" is seated the coin is not a Liberty Seated dollar (1840-1873), it's a 1877 TRADE DOLLAR (1873-1885) as stated on the reverse. Authentic circulated examples have retail values of $120.00- $350.00. NOTE: The entire series of these coins is known to have replicas, copy's & counterfeits.
July 8, 2009 The 1861 Seated Liberty quarter minted in Philadelphia with a mintage of 4,854,600 coins, has a value from about $26 in a lower circulated grade to $195 in a higher circulated grade. In a low uncirculated grade this coin has a value of about $325 to about $22,000 in an upper uncirculated grade. The 1861 Seated Liberty quarter minted in San Francisco with a mintage of 96,000 is scarce and with a circulated value from $110 in lower grades to $17,500 in upper grades. It is unknown in available Uncirculated grades.
July 11, 2009 The 1861 Seated Liberty quarter minted in Philadelphia with a mintage of 4,854,600 coins, has a value from about $26 in a lower circulated grade to $195 in a higher circulated grade. In a low uncirculated grade this coin has a value of about $325 to about $22,000 in an upper uncirculated grade. The 1861 Seated Liberty quarter minted in San Francisco with a mintage of 96,000 is scarce and with a circulated value from $110 in lower grades to $17,500 in upper grades. It is unknown in available Uncirculated grades.
There's no such coin. The last Liberty Seated dollars were struck in 1873. The Morgan series started in 1878.
It is not possible to give an estimated value based only on the year the coin was minted. The denomination is essential.
Yes, Liberty Seated dollars were struck in 1865.
The "Liberty Seated" coins were mostly minted between 1837 - 1891, except for the Dollars. The Seated Liberty Dollar was minted from 1840 - 1873. The Gobrecht Dollar minted 1836 - 1839 and the Trade Dollars minted 1873 - 1885 also show a seated liberty figure. The Related Link contains pictures of all major U.S. coin types. You can try to match your coin to one of the images show, then post a new question with more details once you are able to make a better determination of what your coin is.
With 5 denominations and two Mints, 9 different Seated Liberty coins exist dated 1864. Which one would like know about? Please post new question.
The coin is one of the Seated Liberty dollars that were made from 1840 to 1873.
CC is the mint mark for Carson City, Nevada.
There are NO US Liberty Head dollars dated 1846 but there are Seated Liberty dollars dated 1846. Consult a qualified coin dealer
If you mean the series of US Liberty Seated coins (1837-1891) on the obverse or front of the coins Liberty is seated, body facing right an head facing left. The denominations of the series are: Dollars, Half Dollars, Quarters, Twenty Cent pieces, Dimes and Half Dimes.
one would need to see the coin before a value can be associated with it.
No the first Carson City Dollar coin was the 1870 Seated Liberty
$18 to $6500 depending upon the mint mark and the condition of the coin.
The value of your coin is dependent on the grade of the coin. In 1856 the mint produced a seated liberty dollar and it is valued at between $400.00 and $38,500.00 depending on the grade of the coin.
Seated Liberty dollars were made from 1840-1873. A US dollar coin dated 1876 is a TRADE DOLLAR (1873-1885) and is marked as this on the reverse. This coin in average circulated condition has retail values of $90.00-$225.00 depending on the actual grade of the coin. Above average circulated coins have higher values, up to $600.00