1861-O 50c PCGS VF35 (CSA Obverse, FS-401)

Civil War Era Issue from New Orleans

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Item sold in auction: Internet Auction #1012.
Closed On: Sunday, May 13, 2018 9:49 PM.
For: $2,900.

1861-O 50c PCGS VF35 (CSA Obverse, FS-401)

DLRC #: 1429883 // PCGS #: 6303

An interesting piece that was struck by Confederate soldiers after the takeover of the US Mint in New Orleans during the Civil War. A limited number of these pieces were struck by the Confederate States, denoted by the die crack near the nose of Liberty. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.

  • Category Half Dollars
  • Series Liberty Seated Half Dollars
  • Type No motto
  • Years for Type 1839-1866
  • Strike Business
  • Denomination Half dollar
  • Mint Location New Orleans
  • Designer Christian Gobrecht
  • Composition 90% silver; 10% copper
  • Weight 12.44g
  • Edge Type Reeded
  • Mintage 2,532,633
Title Price Realized Date Sold
1861-O 50c PCGS VF35 $253.53 09/02/2019
1861-O 50c PCGS VF35 $275.00 12/10/2018
1861-O 50c PCGS VF35 $250.00 04/11/2016
1861-O 50c PCGS/CAC VF35 $310.00 05/25/2014
1861-O 50c PCGS VG Details (Damage) $65.00 04/30/2018