1860 Seated Liberty Silver Dollar. AU-55 (PCGS).
Sharp definition and considerable vibrancy to the remaining luster confirm that this coin saw only minimal circulation. Both sides are brilliant with only the expected number of mostly small, wispy abrasions for a Seated Dollar at the upper reaches of AU. Much scarcer than the 1860-O in all grades, the 1860-P is a lower-mintage (217,600 business strikes) Silver Dollar with most examples believed to have been exported to the Orient in the years prior to the introduction of the Trade Dollar.