The Seated Liberty Dollar was produced from 1840 to 1873. During this time frame, mintages ranged from extremely low levels just above one thousand to relatively high levels of more than one million. While most issues were produced at the Philadelphia Mint, production also took place at New Orleans, San Francisco, and Carson City during certain years.
There are several curiosities within the mintage figures. According to mint records there were no examples of the 1870-S Seated Liberty Dollar reported to have been struck, although nine examples are currently known to exist. It has been presumed that twelve pieces may have been originally produced. In 1858, no coins were struck for circulation, although 300 proof coins were struck. The 1873-S Seated Liberty Dollar had a mintage of 700 according to the Mint, although no examples have ever surfaced.
Seated Liberty Dollar Mintages
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