1860 Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. MS-62 PL (NGC).
This boldly struck example displays slight striking weakness only on Liberty's head and the top two obverse stars. The surfaces are essentially untoned, save for touches of russet patina near the rims. The pearl-gray fields are highly reflective and the central devices are white and mildly frosted. Only three coins have been designated as PL, by NGC, and this piece is the second-finest. In addition to an AU-58 PL, there is a single representative rated higher in the NGC Census at MS-63 PL.