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1867 H10C Liberty Seated Half Dime PCGS PR63


Here’s a dramatically toned—as well as more affordable—piece to add to your collection. Plus it has a very low mintage of 625.

Writes Ron Guth in PCGS Coinfacts, “The 1867 Half Dime is a nice, low-mintage issue that blends in with most of the other Half Dime Proofs of its era. It is no more common or rare than any of the other Proofs of this type with the exception of the rarer 1860 and 1861. However, the very low mintage of business strike 1867 Half Dimes [only 8,000 pieces] places considerable demand on the Proofs from collectors who are attempting to complete a date set. Even so, this date is relatively affordable and within the reach of most collectors.” PCGS has graded 60 examples as PR63 with 106 finer.


The Second Philadelphia Mint, where this attractive piece was struck in 1867. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

More Information
PCGS # 4450
Grading Service PCGS
Year of Issue 1867
Grade PR63
Denom Type Liberty Seated Half Dime
Numeric Denomination H10C
Mint Location Philadelphia
Designation NONE
Circ/UnCirc Uncirculated
Strike Type Proof
Grade Add On NONE
Holder Type N/A

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