Several different design types of Bust Quarters were struck from 1796 to 1838. The 1796 with its Small Eagle reverse is a one year only type. The same obverse was paired with a Heraldic Eagle for Bust Quarters dated 1804 to 1807.
From 1815 to 1828 a Capped Bust design was used and Bust Quarters from 1831 to 1838 had a nearly identical design but were smaller in diameter.
Outstanding for the grade with light gray, problem-free surfaces and very strong detail for an AG-3.
A pleasing example of this rare date with nice color and surfaces and no consequential marks. The second year quarters were struck at the U.S. Mint with a mintage of just 6,738.
Well detailed and problem-free with attractive light steel-gray surfaces. A scarce early quarter with a mintage of just 6,738.
A late die state with a heavy die crack bisecting the obverse from the rim above Liberty to the rim below the 6 in the date. A neat collector coin with pleasing color and surfaces.
CAC. A well-worn but attractive early quarter with pleasing dove-gray surfaces.
CAC. Well detailed with attractive problem-free surfaces.
Very sharply struck with attractive and lustrous silver-white surfaces. From the first year of the 'type' with a mintage of 89,235. A tough find in this high of grade.
CAC. A super pleasing coin with strong detail and stunning dove-gray surfaces that retain a bit of peripheral luster. A Gem for the grade with matching eye appeal!
CAC. Browning 8. Sharp detail with pleasing dove-gray surfaces that retain considerable luster and possess a beautiful champagne hue.
An excellent 'type' coin with problem-free surfaces that offer a great 'old-time' look.
CAC. A nearly perfect coin for the grade with strong detail and beautiful soft gray surfaces.
CAC. Small 9. Outstanding for the grade with pleasing surfaces and strong detail.
Small 9. Lovely dove-gray surfaces and excellent detail.
Large 9. Well detailed with pleasing light gray surfaces framed by a touch of lustrous lime, russet, and ruby toning .
CAC. Superb for the grade with strong detail and exceptionally nice light silver-gray surfaces. Housed in an early PCGS holder.
CAC. Just one pair of dies used in 1824 so all are overdates. This example is exceptional for the grade with very strong detail and beautiful soft gray surfaces. Scarce in any grade with a mintage of just 24,000.
CAC. Well detailed with nice two-toned gray surfaces. The only VF-25 to gain CAC approval.
Solid detail with beautiful, flawless, two-toned gray surfaces.
Browning 3. Solid detail with pleasing gray surfaces.