About 1875-CC 20-Cent Pieces
The 1875-CC Twenty Cent Piece is of the first year and the only collectible issue from the ever-popular Carson City Mint for this short, desirable series. The need for 20 Cents presented itself in the West as those branch mints were incapable of producing enough coinage overall to satisfy the need of the people at that time. That incapability came from the U.S. Mint favoring Philadelphia as it is and was the main flagship Mint. This date is known for having an overall poor strike. It comes from a mintage of 133,290, remains somewhat common up to and including MS64, and progresses at a very gradual rate from 1 to 64. Although it does exist in MS65 through MS67, there are only 80 PCGS and NGC graded examples remaining in existence according to population reports. There are 65 in the MS65 range, which make up most of the uncommon grades. MS66 accounts for 14 of those 80 and are very scarce. But it is the lone finest known NGC graded MS67 that is a true rarity and has not seen the market since 2009.
|Denom:||20c / Twenty cents|
|Mint Location:||Carson City|
|Coinage Type:||Seated Liberty|
|Composition:||90% silver; 10% copper|
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