Popular choice O-mint quarter. CAC approved for quality.
Popular arrows and rays design with the New Orleans mintmark that becomes rare in mint state.
Popular arrows and rays design with the New Orleans mintmark. Wonderful AU with strong luster lighting up well-struck golden-grey surfaces.
Popular and desirable with-arrows type coin issued for just two years (1854-1855).
A very scarce variety noted by its oversized mintmark. The Hansen Collection holds a XF45 example for the variety.
Satiny surfaces display gleaming mint luster and lovely hints of golden iridescence. The Hansen Collection holds a MS66 example for the date.
Great type coin.
Great type coin. CAC approved for quality. The Hansen Collection possess one of the finest known examples for the date, a MS66.
PCGS #802039. From a low mintage of 286,000 coins struck, this is the finest 1856-S Quarter from the S.S. Central America with only 2 examples graded higher at PCGS for the regular issues. 95% untoned and beautifully lustrous this select piece has been incredibly preserved. CAC approved for quality.
Flashy luster unimpeded by fantastic gold, indigo, and rose toning concentrated around the rims of this high-end gem! PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. CAC approved for quality. A MS67+ example for the date is held in the Hansen Collection number one set.
Satiny to semi-reflective luster graces beautiful gem surfaces. Wonderful example of this early Seated Quarter. The primary set contains a MS67+ example for the date.
Lovely AU with nice underlying luster. The Hansen Collection possess the finest known example for the date, a MS66.
Silver surfaces glimmer with mint luster under mottled apricot toning. Sharp details and excellent eye appeal. CAC approved for quality. The primary Hansen Collection registry set contains the finest known example for the date, a MS66.
Scarce S-mint struck during the Civil War.
Richly toned, choice AU! Rare, low mintage issue from the Civil War of just 67,000 business strikes, but much scarcer than even the mintage suggests.
Civil War date.
Wow! An absolutely stunning gem of this no motto Civil War date Seated quarter. Frosty, brilliant surfaces with just a light touch of golden iridescence that adds to the already astonishing eye appeal. Nearly flawless with an exceedingly sharp strike. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
Gorgeous gem example of this key S-mint Seated quarter. A very scarce date from a mintage of 96,000. The present example comes from a population of 3 with just 3 graded finer. Beautifully preserved surfaces radiate frosty luster and feature unique streaks of peach, lavender, and lime toning. Fully struck with choice eye appeal!
A tougher date than one would expect, the 1871 was produced to a mintage of 118,200 pieces. Satiny smooth surfaces with a light golden rim tint. 95% white with gorgeous eye appeal. The Hansen Collectino holds a MS67+ example for the date.
A gorgeous gem with lovely original rose and golden tints. From a lower mintage of 118,200 pieces.
The single finest known example at PCGS. A crescent of rich toning in shades of blue-green, violet, and rose present to the left of liberty on the obverse while the reverse features orange rim tints surrounded brilliant central devices. Frosty luster and a sharp, full strike. The eye appeal is unmatched!
Gold, lime, and tangerine toning toning over original gem surfaces. Heavy peripheral die cracks through the letters on the reverse. The Hansen Collection holds one of the finest examples known for the date, a MS68.
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