1876-CC Seated Liberty Silver Dime (PCGS Genuine, VG Details)

Carson City Mint

  • Lot number 1721924
  • Total bids 15
  • Winning bid $31.50
  • Buyer's premium $5.36
  • Total $36.85

Grade: PCGS Genuine, Damage - VG Details

Denomination: Ten Cents

Type: Seated Liberty Dime (1837 - 1891)

Variety: Type 5, Legend Obverse (1860 - 1891)

Year: 1876-CC

Mint: Carson City

Designer: James Barton Longacre

Weight: 2.50 grams

Diameter: 17.90 millimeters

Composition: 90% silver, 10% copper

Edge: Reeded

The Seated Liberty portrait designs, used during the mid to late 19th century from 1836 through 1891, appeared on most regular issue silver United States coinage. Denominations of coins that featured the Seated Liberty design included the half dime, the dime, the quarter, and until 1873 the silver dollar. From 1875 through 1878 the twenty cent piece (the only denomination of it's kind) appeared exclusively with the Seated Liberty design.

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