Standing Liberty and Washington Quarters

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There are 8 Coins for Sale. New coin(s) added on August 4, 2022

Photo Date Grade TPG GFRC Rating Price Description Buy
Standing Liberty Quarters
Standing Liberty  1917 1917
Type 1
Gem $2200 Type 1, Full Head, Unquestionable Gem, Granular Frosted Luster, CAC Approval. How I enjoy handling high end Standing Liberty quarters when unquestionably original as this 1917 Type 1 MS66 Full Head specimen. The micro-granular frosted luster glows with angled lighting. The creamy light golden-gray patina also screams originality along with mottled toning at the peripheries. Surfaces are absolutely pristine under 10x. Strike is hammered with bold head and shield rivets fully defined. If searching for that ultimate 1917 Type 1 piece for a type set, a close inspection might be warranted. I just don't often see this marvelous preservation state on silver coinage. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 holder with CAC approval.
Standing Liberty  1920 1920
Choice $485 So Close to Full Head, Light Copper Patina, Frosted Luster, A Pretty Piece, Lakeland Collection. Please don't let the new gold label ANACS holder be an impediment for a purchase as this 1920 Standing Liberty quarter is a quality piece. Consistent mint bloom leads to frosted luster and vibrant cartwheels. Please look carefully at the GFRC images to view the head and shield rivets. Strike is so close to Full Head designation as the shield edge and rivets are boldly struck. The ear hole is also visible with only the top hair details not fully impressed. Coloration is a pretty light copper. Accurately graded and pleasing.
Standing Liberty  1923S 1923-S
Choice $2050 Better Standing Liberty Sate, Steely Frosted Luster, Peripheral Gold, CAC Approval. 1923 San Francisco struck Standing quarters amounted to 1,360,000. However, heavy circulation has limited availability for the host of collectors who pursue this 20th century series. This CAC approved example is impressive for its residual luster than emanates from fields best described as steely-frosted. Wear on the highest points is limited leaving bold devices. Peripheral copper-gold on the obverse nicely framed the light center. Surfaces are free of any notable marks. Overall a premium piece and worthy of CAC approval. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.6 (2013-2014) holder.
Standing Liberty  1930 1930
Gem $695 Full Head, Granular Frosted Luster, Light Rose Toning. Gem Original. An eye catching final year of design issue for the Standing Liberty quarter series. This new 1930 offering is accurately graded with light rose-pink patina on both sides. The granular frosted luster is the key highlight along with active cartwheels. Strike is complete. Unabraded surfaces are a pleasure under 10x. Housed in new large font NGC holder.
Washington Quarters
Washington  1934 1934
Doubled Die Obverse
Choice $760 Double Die Obverse, Rich Satiny Luster, Choice Surfaces, Twin Lakes Collection. This 1934 offering presents the most dramatic doubled die for the entire Washington quarter series. The letters in "In God We Trust" are heavily doubled to the south. The coin itself is an excellent example with rich satiny luster and golden chrome toning. Rub is miniscule with only a few tiny slide lines accounting for the assigned grade. The highlight of the Twin Lakes Collection 20th Century die variety release. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.5 (2011-2013) holder with Doubled Die Obverse attribution on the label.
Washington  1934D 1934-D
Heavy Motto
Choice $135 Heavy Motto, Brilliant Steely Luster, Choice Surfaces, Twin Lakes Collection. A solidly pleasing 1934-D Washington quarter with brilliant luster that is steely textured. A 10x loupe inspection reveals faint rub on the lower bust and in the upper left field. Surface quality and overall eye appeal warrant a Choice quality rating. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 holder with Heavy Motto attribution on the label.
Washington  1940 1940
Gem $850 Brilliant Mirrors. Greenish-Gold Toning, Super Preservation, Gem Original, Lakeland Collection. Gem proof Washington quarters are typical located with surface toning as is the case of this Lakeland Collection release. A "near perfection" example with greenish-gold decorating brilliant mirrors. Fields are completed unabraded with two obverse ticks preclude an even higher grade. Close angled lighting review reveals obverse center rose. PCGS CoinFacts guide is $1050 with the last March 2022 sale taking place at $1150 for a CAC approved example. The offer price is consistent with the quality and past auction records. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder.
Washington  1955 1955
Gem $100 Pretty Old Album Toning, Frosted Luster, Gem Quality. A lovely 1955 Washington quarter with classic old album toning. Obverse is decorated with green, gold, rose, and orange intermixed shades while the protected reverse retains its frosted luster. Peripheral pastel green and gold is seen on the reverse. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder with CAC approval.