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These Standing Liberty Quarters are well worn examples of the series with no date remaining. Coins may be polished, heavily cleaned or bent, and may contain one of many imperfections including but not limited to holes, deep scratches, stains and/or corrosion, and large rim dings. Each group of $1 face value will have on average an Actual Silver Weight of .6642.
If you want to expand your collection of Standing Liberty Quarters, browse the selection at Provident Metals.
Each $1 face value weighs .715 troy oz, and dates of mintage range from 1916 to 1930.
Designed by American sculptor Hermon MacNeil, the obverse features Lady Liberty clothed in flowing robes, clutching a shield and an olive branch. LIBERTY and IN GOD WE TRUST are inscribed.
The reverse — also designed by MacNeil — features a bald eagle in flight. Stars encircle the coin, with the words UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, E PLURIBUS UNUM and QUARTER DOLLAR engraved.
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About the Standing Liberty Quarter
The Standing Liberty Quarter was struck by the United States Mint from 1916 to 1930. It succeeded the Barber Quarter, which had been minted since 1892. Production of the Standing Liberty ceased in 1931, a year in which no quarters were produced. The following year, the Washington Quarter was issued to celebrate the bicentennial of the president’s birth.
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