No. San Francisco did not strike seated Liberty dollars until 1859. In fact, the first branch mint to strike dollars was New Orleans in 1846.
Recent years have seen an enormous number of counterfeit coins appear on the market, mostly dollar (or dollar-sized) pieces and most made in the Far East. The quality ranges from excellent to laughably bad, with (as you see) impossible dates or mint marks.
I have NO idea what a "donnla" is. If you mean "dollar", the first coins to use the Seated Liberty design appeared in the 1830s.
A real 1851 Seated Liberty Dollar is valued at $10,000.00 to $50,000.00
Yes, Liberty Seated dollars were struck in 1865.
Not a real one. There are silver rounds with the seated liberty design that would be about 25% larger than an original. There are also "coins" the size of coasters made of base metals, but I have not seen a seated dollar in this set. And, when William J. Bryan was running for president, a rival had double-sized silver coins made to show what would happen to the monetary system if he were elected, but that would probably have been a Morgan Dollar.
A real silver dollar has "Miss Liberty" on it.
A silver dollar can feasibly mean at least three different coins. From 1840-1873 the Seated Liberty dollar was minted. It depicts a seated woman (an idealized Lady Liberty). From 1878-1921 the Morgan silver dollar was minted. It features again Lady Liberty, modeled after a school teacher named Anna Williams. From 1921-1935 the Peace silver dollar was minted. It was designed by Anthony de Francisci to represent Lady Liberty modeled by his wife Teresa. Other commemorative silver dollars have been minted since, but after the 1930's and 40's real silver dollars came out of circulation. These three are probably what you are asking about.
There's no such thing as a 1907 walking liberty dollar. For starters, there were no silver dollars minted from the years 1905 to 1920. Secondly, the walking liberty design was featured on the HALF dollar, but not until 1916.
The real answer is...Its not a 1906 Liberty dollar. Its a 1986 commemorative dollar with the 8 altered. The US did not make a liberty dollar in 1906. A "s" mint mark is a circulated coin and the "p" is collectors coin. Sorry to burst your bubble!
There were two types of dollar coins struck that year. Neither one carries an Indian head design. The large silver dollar carries a Seated Liberty image, while the small gold dollar carries a Liberty Head image. What you have is a well known novelty/fantasy piece. The 1851 Indianhead dollar isn't a counterfeit because there was never a real version produced by the U.S. Mint. They're made in China, contain no silver, and aren't worth anything.
From your description, this is a known privately made novelty piece. It is NOT an official U.S. Mint issued coin. A real silver dollar dated 1851 is a Liberty Seated dollar. The obverse of the coin has the Indian head design that is similar to the Indian cents of 1859 -1909. The reverse has the denomination of 1 dollar and the date within a wreath. It has no numismatic collectible value.
Draped Bust dollar coins were struck in 1797, but no "Lady Liberty", matter of fact, no US coin is called a "Lady Liberty". A real Draped Bust dollar of this date is $1,500.00 to $40,000.00+ depending on the type and condition of the coin.
A real 1796 Draped Bust dollar depending on type and condition has values from $1,300.00 to about $100,000.00
One of the easiest methods is to weigh it. A genuine 1851 Seated Liberty silver dollar should weigh 26.73 grams, or slightly less if it's heavily worn. If one side has an Indian head on it, similar to the cent minted 1859-1909, it's a novelty coin, and not worth anything.
It has numerous presidents and it doeas have the statue of liberty on the back it was first minted in 2007. yes, it is a real coin.
The designer's idea of what Lady Liberty looks like not real people. But before the Morgan was a Seated Liberty before that a Draped Bust and the first was Flowing Hair
The first US silver dollar coin was struck in 1794 the designer was Robert Scot. Lady Liberty is not a real person.
No U.S. silver dollars have an Indian Head design, so if you have one it's not real. A genuine silver dollar coin dated 1851 would be a Seated Liberty coin. I have seen many 'fantasy' silver rounds with the Indian Head design with different dates, but they all have the 1oz .999 fine silver markings somewhere on the coin.
Most non-collectors use the generic term 'Silver Dollar" for any one dollar coin. Only dollar coins from 1971 to date have real people on them. Older real silver dollars from 1794 to 1935 have different stylized portraits of Miss Liberty. Post a new question with a date
The US dollar is a real dollar. All money is real.
Miss Liberty (1794), she is not a real person, but the designer Robert Scot's stylized symbolic interpretation of what she looks like.
All Franklin half dollars (and, indeed, in real life) show a crack in the Liberty bell. Please see the Related Question for more information.
The U.S. Mint did not issue any gold $20 coins with a Liberty Bell dated 1904. It's likely a copy or replica of some kind.
If you mean a real silver dollar that was made in 1935 or before, it's "Miss Liberty", not a exact portrait of a real person but the artist stylized, symbolic idea of what she looks like. Each series of US dollars have a different "Miss Liberty"
No real US million dollar bills
She was not a real person, but a symbol of liberty which America stands for.