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.
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 for the grade with dove-gray design elements contrasting nicely against gunmetal gray fields. A very pleasing example of this scarce date which saw a scant 6,738 pieces made.
Evenly worn with major detail plus the dates and legends clear. Problem-free.
CAC. Problem-free and very attractive.
Well detailed with beautiful light silver-gray surfaces that retain a touch of original luster. A wonderful coin for the grade and a great addition for a quality type set.
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.
A pleasing example of this early Quarter with attractive steel-gray surfaces.
Solid detail with light silver-gray surfaces. A very clear overdate.
CAC. A well-worn but attractive early quarter with pleasing dove-gray surfaces.
A pleasing example of this tough early quarter.
Well worn but problem-free.
CAC. A Gem for the grade with problem-free dove-gray surfaces.
A pleasing problem-free example of this early quarter.
Small 9. Lovely dove-gray surfaces and excellent detail.
CAC. Evenly struck with pleasing surfaces and nice detail for the grade.
Well defined and problem-free with predominately dove-gray surfaces that are accented with a touch of powder-blue and sea-green.
25/50c. A neat variety and quite scarce with an estimated 50 to 75 known.
Browning-1. Nearly XF.
Strong detail and attractive surfaces.