Tied for Highest Graded – 1880 Seated Liberty Half Dollar NGC MS67

The years from 1879 through 1890 saw skimpy half dollar mintages at the Philadelphia Mint (and no half dollar mintages elsewhere) as the nation’s coin factories concentrated on increasing the glut of unpopular, largely unused Morgan dollars mandated by cronyism and politics (pardon the redundancy) in the form of the Bland-Allison Act of 1878. The Philadelphia Mint struck 8,400 business strikes and 1,355 proofs in 1880 . This example displays color-free surfaces and is tied with five others for the highest graded at NGC.

Listed at $14,400 in the CDN CPG and $13,500 in the NGC price guide.

Offered at $10,700 Delivered

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