Thanks to our largest-ever hoard purchase of 19th century U.S. coins, you can own a Last-Five-Years Set of classic Liberty Seated dimes! Struck in 90% fine silver at the Philadelphia Mint at least 125 years ago, these 1887-1891 dimes recall the great Oklahoma land rush, the admission of six northwestern states to the Union and the debut of the first Kodak camera. It was also a time when two people could get a complete meal at the local diner for a single Seated dime!
Depicting Liberty seated on a rock and the denomination within a wreath, Liberty Seated silver dimes were minted for over half a century from 1837-1891 and played a major role in U.S. coinage history. You’ll add numismatic prominence to your collection with this affordable circulated Last-Five-Years Set in a handsome FREE display case.
- Mint Mark: Philadelphia
- Product Type: Sets
- Presentation: With Case
- Material: Silver