1873-CC Seated Liberty Silver Dollar 

The 1873-CC Seated Liberty Silver Dollar is a highly collectible coin minted at the Carson City Mint in Nevada. It is part of the Seated Liberty Silver Dollar series, which holds significant historical and numismatic value. 

Designed by Christian Gobrecht, the obverse of the coin features Lady Liberty seated on a rock, holding a shield with her right hand and a pole with a Liberty cap in her left. 

The word "LIBERTY" is inscribed on the shield. Thirteen stars represent the original colonies, and the date "1873" is located below. 

On the reverse, an eagle with outstretched wings holds an olive branch and arrows, symbolizing peace and readiness for defense. The eagle is surrounded by a laurel wreath, and the inscription "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" and the denomination "ONE DOLLAR" are present. 

The "CC" mint mark indicates that the coin was minted at the Carson City Mint. Coins from this mint are highly sought after by collectors due to their association with the American West and the history of the Carson City Mint. 

The 1873-CC Seated Liberty Silver Dollar is particularly notable because it was the last year of production for the Seated Liberty Dollar series and one of the scarcer issues from the Carson City Mint. Its value is influenced by factors such as its condition, rarity, and demand among collectors. 

Owning a coin like the 1873-CC Seated Liberty Silver Dollar allows collectors to own a piece of American numismatic history and appreciate the artistry and craftsmanship of these coins.  

Unprecedented Rarity and Value: What sets these quarters apart is not just their extraordinary value, but also their unprecedented rarity and desirability.  

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