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.
A great strike with crisp mint luster and a touch of russet toning at the rim.
Extremely well struck with radiant brilliant luster.
A Superb Gem with creamy white luster and incredible detail in the head, shield and drapery. One of the nicest 1917 quarters you'll ever find with PCGS and NGC grading none numerically higher. PCGS has given 4 coins a plus designation.
CAC approved. A super sharp strike with frosty mint luster with a touch of champagne toning. A surfaces are absolutely gorgeous and nearly mark-free. Outstanding quality!
An extremely well struck coin with beautiful blazing white luster and only the most trivial of marks. This very flashy quarter offers outstanding eye appeal!
Nice original surfaces.
Crisp mint luster with light dappled gold toning and a great strike. The surfaces are virtually free of marks and the eye appeal is outstanding.
Excellent overall strike with lustrous surfaces that display a hint of gold.
Popular first year type and nice for the grade.
Crisp brilliant luster and very well struck.
Date a bit faint as expected for the grade but the thick diagonal of the 7 is clear in the upper part of the 8. Excellent overall detail and a nice steel-gray color.
CAC approved. Well detailed with a clear overdate and outstanding silver-gray color.
CAC approved. Well detailed and attractive with original steel-gray surfaces.
Excellent detail with lustrous surfaces. Nearly mint state.
Crisp white luster with the barest touch of toning at the rim and very nearly a Full Head.
Booming brilliant mint luster with the barest trace of a gold hue. The surfaces are nearly flawless and the sharp strike has produced nearly full head detail. An outstanding example of this better date of which only 2 have graded finer at PCGS.
A very attractive example of this scarce date with light silver-gray surfaces and nearly full detail.
An extremely well struck coin that must have just missed garnering a Full Head designation. The luster is crisp with a light champagne hue.
CAC approved. A very high quality example of this scarce date with rich cascading mint luster and light russet and champagne toning. The strike is very sharp including head detail that is nearly full and there are very few marks.