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.
52,000 minted and the 'key' date in this popular series. This example is well detailed for the grade and has a nice clear date.
A pleasing example of this 'key' date. The date is visible with the typical wear at the top of the digits. Only 52,000 minted.
Crisp mint luster that is nearly full white except for the faintest touch of a champagne-gold hue. The strike including the head detail, rivets on the shield and date, is very sharp. A very pleasing example of this classic rarity. Only 52,000 struck.
CAC. All four digits of the date are readable with light wear at the top of each. The even silver-gray color and outstanding surface quality give this coin excellent eye appeal.
Very well detailed for the grade with a clear date that shows only slight wear at the top of each digit. A classic twentieth century rarity with a mintage of just 52,000 coins.
Extremely well struck with radiant brilliant luster.
The entire coin is extremely well struck including the PCGS designated Full Head detail. The surfaces are nearly mark-free with blazing mint luster and just a touch of champagne toning.
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!
Creamy mint luster and a sharp strike.
Creamy white luster and a sharp strike.
Fabulous frosty white luster and a great strike. The surfaces are remarkably clean and the eye appeal is exceptional!
Brilliant luster and a sharp strike. A coin that looks mint state but shows just a trace of 'rub' under close examination.
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.
Blast white frosty luster, a great strike, and nice clean surfaces. A fabulous '17-D Type-2 quarter!
Frosty mint luster with a faint golden hue and nearly mark-free surfaces. 21 have graded 66 with just 2 finer.
Pleasing problem-free surfaces.
CAC. Wonderful vibrant mint luster with a subtle sheen of yellow-gold and ice-blue. Super quality.