1860-O Seated Liberty Silver Dollar. AU-58 (PCGS). CAC.
Likely from the Treasury Department releases of the 1960s, and also essentially Mint State, it is only overall scuffiness to the surfaces that has resulted in the AU-58 grade from PCGS. Premium Choice AU quality, with brilliant surfaces and radiant satin to softly frosted luster. Now among the most common No Motto Seated dollars, at least one 1,000 coin bag of 1860-O examples numbered among the silver dollars distributed by the Treasury Department during the run up in silver prices during the early to mid 1960s.
Pedigree: From the Rajj Collection. Acquired by our consignor from Stack's Public Auction Sale of June 1982, lot 80. The paper lot card from the sale in included with the coin.