1868 Liberty Seated Dollar $1 PCGS MS62 - Nice Original Appearance
This is an PCGS Graded Coin. You will receive the pictured coin. You are Buying an 1868 Seated Liberty Dollar, graded MS62. This example offers well-detailed design elements and pleasing white surfaces that show a below average amount of minor contact marks for the grade; however, there is a significant contact mark on the right arm of Miss Liberty. The strike and luster add to the coin's intrigue. A very nice original coin with an original appearance. This is an excellent coin to add to your collection.
Obverse: Liberty Seated on a Rock Next to A Heraldic Shield Bearing a Staff with a Phrygian Cap
Reverse: 3/4 Facing Heraldic Eagle Bearing Arrows and an Olive Branch
Seated Dollars (1840-1873) - Motto (1866-1873) During the Civil War, religious passions spurred the addition of “IN GOD WE TRUST” to our nation’s coinage. It was added to Christian Gobrecht’s seated coinage in 1866. The motto eventually replaced E PLURIBUS UNUM as our nation’s official motto. The Motto dollar was produced mainly by the Philadelphia facilities, but limited numbers were struck in the new western Carson City and San Francisco Mints. Examples from these Mints remain elusive, with the 1870-S being the key to the series.