Welcome to the website of the Liberty Seated Collectors Club. The Liberty Seated Collectors Club is a not-for-profit 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.
Please note that due to the Coronavirus, a number of the coin shows in the schedule are likely to be cancelled.
We will post updates as we get them. We recommend that you verify any event is going to be held before traveling to the show, until further notice.
Read the March issue of the E-Gobrecht!
See all the latest LSCC news:
- Critical deadline for LSCC members
- The Curious Collector by Len Augsburger - Coins, Stocks, and Fear
- President's Message
- Detour: Coins that Revealed a Crime Ring
- Auction News, by Craig Eberhart
- Call for Hall of Fame Nominations
- Register now for "The Legacy and Coinage of Father - Son Mint Engravers William and Charles Barber" at the ANA Summer Seminar, June 29-July 2!
- LSCC 2020 Regional Events Schedule
The current issue of the E-Gobrecht can be found here by clicking the image to the left (2.5 mb).
Recordings of 2019 LSCC Annual Meeting available
The LSCC Annual Meeting was held on August 15, 2019 at the ANA's World's Fair of Money. See the club updates and officer reports, the Kamal Ahwash Literary Award, a special announcement by LSCC President Gerry Fortin, and a presentation by guest speaker, Greg Rohan, of Heritage Auctions, on reflections of the late Gene Gardner, and much more. These meeting was videotaped by David Lisot of CoinTelevision and are made available here, courtesy
of David Lisot and also the Newman Numismatic Portal. To watch the Meeting, click left or go to the Recordings page.
Photo of William Barber discovered!
Unveiled in Baltimore at the SeatedFest II convention and announced in the March E-Gobrecht, we are pleased to present the first known photo of William Barber (1807-1879),
5th Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint and designer of the Trade Dollar and Double Dime. The photo is made available for download and use in publications.
To see and download the photo (in multiple formats and sizes), click left or go to the photo page.