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 Annual Meeting at the ANA in Anaheim are now available.
For those of you who were unable to attend the Summer ANA, the recordings are now available under the Education and Resources section of the website.
Check here to view the recordings - noting the very large file sizes.
LSCC Wows Them at ANA Summer Seminar in June:
After a year of planning and months of preparation, the class “Developing a Passion for Liberty Seated
Coinage” made its debut at the ANA Summer Seminar in Colorado Springs. The class was sold out and
was a highly anticipated addition to this year’s curriculum offered to numismatists from all over North America.
The results were amazing!
See all the other latest LSCC news in this month's issue of the E-Gobrecht:
- Headlines: Eugene Gardner Passes,
LSCC Annual Meeting at the ANA World’s Fair of Money is this month!
- Auction News, by Craig Eberhart
- LSCC Calendar
- Regional News, by Dennis Fortier
- The Curious Collector by Len Augsburger - 2016 ANA Preview
- Quarter of the Month by Greg Johnson - 1840’s Quarter Dollars
- Cracked, Shattered, and Terminal, by Benny Haimovitz
- The Strike Zone, by Rich Hundertmark - Summer travels and the Guide Book of Liberty Seated Silver Coins
- A Most Unusual Proof 1872 Quarter by John Frost
- LSCC Member in the Spotlight by Tony Barreca: Dave Quittschreiber
- The Official Red Book - A Guide Book to Liberty Seated Silver Coins
- Sources of the Silver Deposited at the Philadelphia and New Orleans Mints, 1838 thru 1850, by Jim Laughlin
The current issue of the E-Gobrecht can be found here:
Volume 12, Number 8, August 2016
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