The 1796 quarter is a one-year type coin that is highly sought by collectors as a first year issue of all quarter dollars. Smooth surfaces with light lavender and blue highlights around the central devices. A true beauty with fantastic eye appeal.
Extremely popular due to its major-rarity silver dollar cousin and to the fact that the 1804 quarter is quite scarce. Only 6,738 coins were struck and very few survive in sound condition. It's much scarcer than the 1796 quarter as few were saved.
Light golden centers yield outwardly to bands of plum, indigo, and seafoam green. Shimmering mint luster visible under the vibrant toning on both the obverse and reverse. Stunning eye appeal! The Hansen Collection contains a MS64+ example for the date.
Great draped bust type coin. A condition census example of the B-3 die variety, it was struck from clashed dies and is rather weakly defined in the central devices, as is typical for the issue. Pretty pink tones highlight the rim with gorgeous, lustrous fields overall. An ideal example for the type coin collector!
Nice details for the grade. Original surfaces with tints of bronze, gold, and indigo highlighting the devices. PCGS #38958. The Hansen Collection holds a MS64 example for the date.
Beautiful rose and orange highlights with fantastic luster. A sliver of blue peaks through the rim tints with outstanding overall eye appeal. Only 4 pieces are graded finer by both services combined for the date and variety, though it would be challenging to find a more attractive example! CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
Beautiful original surfaces with hints of tangerine and blue. Strong details and nice luster! The Hansen Collection has a MS64+ example for the date.