Standing Liberty Quarters were issued from 1916 to 1930. The original design had Ms. Liberty with an exposed breast.
The popular belief is that the Standing Liberty Quarter was redesigned in mid-1917 to properly cloth the proud lady due to public outrage. It is more likely that the addition of “chain mail” to cover her breast was to signify our entry into World War I.
Standing Liberty Quarters were minted in Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco.
#203562: Uncirculated Details, Improperly Cleaned. The key date to this popular set with a mintage of only 52,000. This unworn example features a nice strike and mark-free surfaces. The luster is mostly white with a light golden glow that strengthens at the rim. A beautiful coins that looks like it should have received a mint state grade but NGC feels it was lightly cleaned in the past.
#119260: Very sharp strike with a brilliant white obverse and light toning on the reverse.
#207137: An incredibly sharp strike with frosty blazing white luster. A few very small marks define the grade on this extremely attractive quarter.
#125725: Blast white, a great strike , and virtually mark-free. The perfect 'type' coin!
#206677: A beautiful well struck coin with outstanding, rich luster with a faint golden glow.
#139825: A super high quality example of this first year Standing Liberty Quarter. The strike is razor sharp and the clean surfaces are highly lustrous with delicate sea-green, amber and gold toning on the left side of the obverse and the top-left of the reverse.
#125658: Type 1. A superb GEM with beautiful peripheral toning and remarkable "flash"!
#205862: Lustrous silver-gray surfaces with exceptional detail including a full head.
#206798: A pleasing, nearly full white example of this tough date.
#138992: Solid detail including a clear date and nice problem-free surfaces.
#206704: Rich brilliant luster and a great strike. The surfaces show very few marks making the MS-64 grade seem very conservative.