Seated Liberty Quarters using Christian Gobrecht’s design were struck from 1838 to 1891. There were several design modifications to both the obverse and the reverse of Seated Liberty Quarters along the way.
Many scarce and rare date coins can be found in the very popular Seated Liberty Quarter series.
No Drapery. A pleasing example of this early Seated Quarter with light silver-gray surfaces and just a touch of wear.
Very well struck with satiny mint luster and a very faint golden hue. The surfaces are nice and devoid of significant marks.
This is a rare coin in any grade with just over 60 coins graded at PCGS and that includes 'crack-outs', so the actual number of unique '52- O quarters to pass thru PCGS is probably closer to 50. Of those, only 17 have graded higher than this lovely example. This choice VF has close to XF detail and attractive light silver-gray surfaces. An exciting coin for the advanced collector of this popular series!
Sharp detail with lustrous white surfaces. The reverse is mint state while the obverse has just a touch of 'rub'. Popular 'Arrows & Rays' type plus from the New Orleans mint. Scarce in high grade with 5 grading AU-58 and just 11 coins grading higher.
Well detailed with nice light silver-gray surfaces. 121,000 minted but a date that seems much scarcer than the mintage figure might suggest.
A sharp strike with frosted devices and a light golden hue. A popular Civil War date with a proof mintage of just 460 coins.
CAC. Blast white with very deep mirrored fields and heavy frost on the devices. Untoned and super flashy. Only 470 proofs made.
A better date with a modest mintage of 58,800 and popular as a Civil War issue. Mint state coins are scarce with PCGS grading less than 25 pieces in all grades. This example has crisp white luster and a very sharp strike. There are very few marks and the eye appeal is excellent.
A gorgeous blast white Gem with stunning contrast between the mirrored fields and the frosted design elements. A scarce date with just 725 proofs and 16,800 business strikes minted.
Motto. Precisely struck with snow white frost on the design contrasting nicely against highly reflective fields.