1810 Silver U.S. Half Dollar Antique Coin
The first version of the Half Dollar was known as the Bust Half Dollar and was introduced in 1794. It remained in production until the late 1830s. One side of this coin features the profile of Lady Liberty. To the left and right sides of Lady Liberty are a total of 13 stars to commemorate the 13 original colonies of the United States. Minted in 1810. The other side of the coin depicts a reverse silhouette of an eagle with a shield on its chest holding an olive branch and a cluster of arrows. Also inscribed is e pluribus Unum, the motto of the United States, out of many, one in Latin.
This coin has unique die crack markings on both sides.
Diameter is approximately 30 mm.
This is an original coin, not a reproduction.
Antique money is NON-RETURNABLE.