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1876 Philadelphia Mint

1876 Liberty Seated Half Dollar

The 1876 Liberty Seated half dollar was struck in 90% silver at the main U.S. Mint in Philadelphia. During its year of mintage, such events as the Battle of the Little Big Horn took place. This was one of only a few victories for American Indians over "the white man," as Sioux Chief Sitting Bull routed and killed General George Custer and his 264-man army. Also in 1876, Alexander Graham Bell patented the telephone he had invented a year earlier.
ITEM DESCRIPTION PRICE QTY  
2992.AC Average Circulated $121.50 Add to Cart
2992.05 Good $135.00 Add to Cart
2992.VG Very Good #2 Quality $130.50 Add to Cart
2992.08 Very Good $145.00 Add to Cart
2992.F Fine #2 Quality $139.50 Add to Cart
2992.20 Very Fine $175.00 Add to Cart
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