Liberty Seated Dime, No Stars (1837-1838)
The first Liberty Seated dime type without obverse stars and closely parallels the half dime of the same era. Indeed, the mintage was accomplished similarly: pieces were struck only at the Philadelphia Mint in 1837 and only at the New Orleans Mint in 1838. Some 682,500 were struck at the former facility and 408,034 at the latter.
The device consists of Miss Liberty seated on a rock, holding in her left hand a liberty cap on a pole, and holding a shield with her right. The date is below.
The reverse displays an open wreath enclosing...read more
- PCGS 4561 - 1837 10C No Stars, Large Date
- PCGS 4562 - 1837 10C No Stars, Small Date
- PCGS 4564 - 1838-O 10C No Stars