Seated Liberty Dime 1875 Fine

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    The 1875 Seated Liberty Dime is considered to be in fine condition and contains extreme wear with the coin's details greatly lacking. The Philadelphia Mint overly produced 10 million dimes in 1875, which is a very high mintage. The Philadelphia Mint was the main mint, in the US, that produced some of the most valuable coin collections we know today. Being established in 1792, the Philadelphia Mint is almost as old as this US and was founded by the Founding Fathers. The Philadelphia Mint put the US on the international commerce map, allowing for the new country to participate in importing and exporting with other countries.

    The Seated Liberty series is one of the earlier coin collections that consisted of every coin matching in means of its design. Minted from 1837-1891, the Seated Liberty coin series goes down in history as one of the longest standing coin collections, after the modern Washington Quarter series. For a time, there was a misunderstanding of a law that coins needed to be minted for at least 25 years before being replaced. It wouldn't be until the end of the Barber coin series that this misunderstanding would be redirected. Before the Denver Mint, the Philadelphia Mint was the lead coin producer in all of the US, outshining any of her sister mint branches. Besides the minting of the Seated Liberty Dimes, other events were taking place in 1875 that were important in the US. In 1875, the Anti-Slavery Society was formed in NYC, Congress passed the Civil Rights Act, and the Tong Wars begin in San Francisco.

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    • Year: 1875
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