Standing Liberty and Washington Quarters

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There are 13 Coins for Sale. New coin(s) added on March 10, 2017

Photo Date Grade TPG GFRC Rating Price Description Buy
Standing Liberty Quarters
Standing Liberty  1917 1917
Type 1
Original $200 New March 10! Original Luster, Light Golden Gray Patina, Accurately Graded. If a fan of strict originality, then please consider this attractive 1917 Type 1 Standing Liberty half. This silver quarter has never been messed with as the surfaces original mint frost and gray regions on the lower leg/knee where rub occurred. Luster is glowing with golden hues. A close 10x loupe inspection revealed a few scattered blemishes that are fully toned over and in no way distracting. This piece is accurately graded at the AU58 level. Housed in older blue label PCGS holder with standard ring insert.
Standing Liberty  1930 1930
Full Head
Choice $350 Choice Original, Creamy Luster, Full Head, Seal Beach Collection. Another lovely offering from the Seal Beach Collection that will immediately catch your attention. The PCGS Full Head (FH) designation is warranted on this 1930 Philadelphia strike that offers rich creamy luster. All shield rivets are fully defined as is Liberty's head. There are several micro blemishes but none worth discussing. Accurately graded with significant flashy eye appeal. Housed in PCGS old green holder.
Washington Quarters
Washington  1936 1936
MS65 raw
Choice $50 Gem Eye Appeal, Light Rainbow Patina. The obverse toning on this 1936 Washington quarter is simply gorgeous. The GFRC images are representative of the in hand appearance. Bright light viewing exposes bold cartwheel luster with light rainbow coloring. A true gem for the selective collector.
Washington  1942S 1942-S
Choice $110 Very Choice Original, So Undergraded. Grading Washington quarters can be challenging but when a near gem original piece appears in PCGS old green holder, I will not hesitate to add to inventory. This example is strictly original (never dipped) with faint gold patina and the proper "look" to be expected from silver coin that has not been messed with. Struck from heavily polished obverse die with die striation lines across left and right fields. This piece is full MS64 or better. Housed in PCGS old green holder. I would expect this quarter to easily receive CAC approval if that is your path.
Washington  1946D 1946-D
Choice $55 Choice Original, Bold Frosty Luster. An essentially perfect example with bold frosty luster that immediately catches one's eye. Faint gold is seen at the rims when viewed under bright. Housed in early NGC holder with standard ring insert.
Washington  1946S 1946-S
MS64 raw
Choice $25 Nearly Gem Original, Maine Collection. Fresh to market after sitting in Wayte Raymond holder for several decades. Bold luster highlights the light even gold patina.
Washington  1947S 1947-S
MS63 raw
Choice $29 Pretty Toning and Attractive. Bold luster is the main attribute of this lovely Washington quarter along with a gold ring at the obverse rim.
Washington  1949 1949
Gem $90 Gem Original, Old Album Patina, Accurately Graded. A lovely gem that is strictly original. Eye appeal results from a combination of bold original luster and old album rose/blue toning at the rims. Housed in 2014 generation PCGS holder.
Washington  1950S 1950-S
MS64 raw
Choice $22 Bold Satiny Luster, Attractive, Good Value. A strong value given the bold satiny luster throughout obverse and reverse.
Washington  1952 1952
MS63 raw
Choice $22 Rose/Blue Obverse Toning, Strong Luster. Super eye appeal on this lively 1952 Washington quarter. Luster is full at the MS63/64 level with rose and deep blue patina covering the obverse. Reverse has light gold at the rims. Inexpensive while pretty.
Washington  1952D 1952-D
MS64 raw
Choice $30 Bold Satiny Luster, Attractive. Hand picked for GFRC inventory due to strong satiny luster and no blemishes. Lots of eye appeal and decent value for the Dansco set collector,
Washington  1954 1954
MS63 raw
Choice $16 Light Gold Patina, Cartwheel Luster, Attractive. Struck from early die state die that exhibits lots of die polish lines. Luster is cartwheel in nature. Fairly graded and good value.
Washington  1956 1956
MS63 raw
Choice $20 Choice Surfaces, Old Album Blue Rim Toning. A superior example hand picked for GFRC inventory due to the gorgeous toning.