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|The 1891 Seated Liberty Dime is yet another coin that will make you the envied one amongst other coin collectors. Designed by chief engraver Christian Gobrecht, this Seated Liberty Half Dollar was minted between the years 1837 to 1891. This silver coin depicted a robed Liberty seated on a rock, holding in her right hand the Union Shield inscribed with LIBERTY and a staff topped with a Liberty cap in her left on the obverse. The reverse of this Seated Liberty Half Dollar features a wreath of traditional American agricultural products, such as corn and wheat around the word “DIME.” Surrounded by 13 stars, Goddess Liberty is enclosed within the legend of the United States of America on this 1891 Seated Liberty Dime. Composed of 90 percent silver, this Seated Liberty Half Dollar underwent considerable changes in design across the years. Circulated for 54 years, this silver coin comes with reeded edges to deter its counterfeiting and fraudulent use.|
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|Coinage Type||Circulation Coinage|
|Catalog Number||KM# A92|
|Coin Name||Seated Liberty Dime|
|Mint Name||U.S. Mint|
|Mint Location||New Orleans, Philadelphia, San Francisco|
|Obverse Description||Seated Liberty, date below|
|Reverse Description||Value within wreath|
|Obverse Legend||UNITED STATES OF AMERICA|
|General Note||On the 1876-CC doubled-obverse variety, doubling appears in the words OF AMERICA in the legend.|
|Actual Weight (oz.)||0.072|
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