US Coins  :  Quarters  :  Liberty Seated Quarters (Proof)

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    Flashy, Rare Proof!

    1845 25c PCGS Proof 63 ex: D.L. Hansen


    Amazing specimen! Boldly struck devices contrast noticeably against flashy mirrors. From a very limited mintage of just 10 pieces, this piece is certainly for those that prefer a limited mintage and is purely ireeplaceable. The Hansen Collection holds another example of the same grade for the date.

    Gem Type Coin

    1859 25c NGC Proof 65

    Next Bid: $2,000.00
    Closes: 3D 9H

    Beautiful gem proof! Nicely mirrored fields are sharply struck and display blended tones of violet, blue-green, and deep gold. Desirable as a no motto proof type coin from a mintage of only 800 coins.

    Beautiful Toning

    1865 25c PCGS/CAC Proof 66+ CAM


    Civil War era proof with a low mintage of just 500 coins. This piece is CAC approved for quality and boasts a coveted PCGS + grade indicating premium quality. Reflective fields are alight, with the obverse highlighting Liberty in wine and surrounds her in a light ring of violet and blue. The reverse is more colorful with wine and violets dominating the central device and fields and electric blues and lime greens dancing in and around the peripheral lettering, denticles, and rim.

    Amazing Rainbow Toning

    1870 25c NGC Proof 67

    Next Bid: $5,500.00
    Closes: 3D 9H

    Beautifully preserved, premium gem from a low mintage proof issue of just 1,000 coins. Vivid bands of rainbow toning grace the obverse peripheral while electric tints of blue, violet, and orange span the fields of the reverse. Deep golden toned devices show razor sharp definition. Outstanding technical quality and eye appeal!

    Beautiful, Original Gem

    1889 25c PCGS Proof 67+


    A low-mintage proof issue of just 711 coins, this PCGS+ grade piece showcases a frosty Miss Liberty seated in a field of wine hues that verge on dusty pink. Heavier violets and a touch of blue and green kiss the numerals of the date. Wines and russets dance in a unique pattern across the shield and eagle, bursting into pinks and blues closer to the periphery. Presently this is the only example PCGS has graded at this level, with just 2 grading higher.