1. The 1870-S Seated Liberty Dollar was minted in San Francisco, making it a popular collector's item amongst Californians.

2. It was one of the first coins to have the inscription "In God We Trust" on the reverse side, as mandated by Congress in 1866.

3. The San Francisco Mint had only been in operation for 7 years when the 1870-S Seated Liberty Dollar was produced, adding to its historical significance.

4. Unlike previous years, the 1870-S Seated Liberty Dollar had a lower mintage of only 12,000 coins, making it more rare and valuable.

5. The obverse side of the coin features a seated figure of Liberty holding a shield with a flying eagle and thirteen stars representing the original colonies.

6. While originally intended as a circulating coin, the 1870-S Seated Liberty Dollar is now considered a numismatic treasure, showcasing the artistry and history of American coinage.