Welcome to the new website of the Liberty Seated Collectors Club. The Liberty Seated Collectors Club is a group of over six hundred collectors and dealers
dedicated to the study and attribution of the American silver Liberty Seated coinage of the 19th century. Social interactions at a host of regional meeting
venues throughout the United States are a key element of the "LSCC Experience."
Please browse our website for news, upcoming events, educational programs, resources for collectors, and membership information. See for yourself why
the LSCC is the best investment in numismatics.
Recordings of the LSCC FUN 2016 Meeting: The recordings of the LSCC Regional Meeting
at FUN 2016 on January 8 are now available on the Recordings Page under "Education & Resources" on this
website. The video and audio quality are significantly improved, and the sessions should be easy to see and hear.
LSCC to teach class at ANA Summer Seminar in June: LSCC President Gerry Fortin and Education Director John Frost
will be teaching a one-week class entitled Developing a Passion for Liberty Seated Coinage in June at the ANA Summer Seminar. This
in-depth class will span all seven Liberty Seated series, and will feature guest lecturer Len Augsburger. More details can be found in the
February edition of the E-Gobrecht.
See the latest LSCC news, all in this month's issue of the E-Gobrecht:
- Headline: 2016 LSCC membership dues are payable now!
- Auction News, by Craig Eberhart
- LSCC Calendar
- Regional News, by Dennis Fortier
- Information Wanted! Foreign coins struckin the U.S. before 1874, by Winston Zack
- The Curious Collector by Len Augsburger - Leon Hendrickson’s 1873-CC No Arrows 25c Changes Hands
- Quarter of the Month - 1873-S Quarter Dollar Reverse Dies, by Greg Johnson 6-7
- The Strike Zone, by Rich Hundertmark - My Spring Break at the Tampa FUN Show
- LSCC to deliver course at ANA Summer Seminar in June
- LSCC Member in the Spotlight: Jim Poston, By Tony Barreca
- Hearings on the Carson City Mint, 1869, by Jim Laughlin
- Subscriber Correspondence
The current issue of the E-Gobrecht can be found here:
Volume 12, Number 2, February 2016