Seated Liberty Dime 1877-CC Very Good

  • Inventory:
    4 In Stock
  • Product ID: 23121
As low as: $32.50
Qty Wire/Check Bitcoin CC/PayPal
Any $32.50 $32.83 $33.80
  • Description:

    The Seated Liberty design was used on all coinage, such as the dime, quarter, and half dollar. This was the trend until 1916, wherein the US Mint assigned different designs to all the denominational coins. The Philadelphia, New Orleans, and San Francisco Mint participated in the production of the Seated Liberty Dime. The San Francisco Mint was established until 1854 so it joined in later on for the series. The Philadelphia Mint was the first mint to be commissioned in the US, as a means to put the new nation on the map for international commerce. The first mint facility was established by the original Founding Fathers and has had its hand in every successful coin series since. Since it is the first mint in the US, the Philadelphia Mint does not mark its coins with a mint-mark.

    The 1877-CC Seated Liberty Dime has a mintage of just over 7.7 million and is in very good condition. Considered to be in very good condition, the 1877-CC Seated Liberty Dime has suffered severe wear on both sides, with primary details lacking. Minted by the Carson City Mint, the 1877-CC Seated Liberty Dime carries the highly sought after "CC" mint-mark. Carson City Mint was established in Nevada and due to its small size, could only produce small amounts of coins at a time. Because of its lower mintages and sudden closing, the Carson City Mint is an icon for many coin collectors. The 1877-CC Seated Liberty Dime shares the date with some important events in the US. The Compromise of 1877 took place, choosing Rutherford B. Hayes has the president, although Samuel J. Tilden won the popular vote. Colonel Custer's body is found, after a year of his passing, and is given a proper funeral.

  • Details:
    • Denomination: N/A
    • Year: 1877
    • Diameter: N/A
    • Mint Mark: N/A
    • Thickness: N/A
    • Grade: N/A

Customer reviews