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Classic Rarity

1796 25c PCGS VF30


The 1796 quarter is a one-year type coin that is highly sought by collectors as a first year issue of all quarter dollars. Pretty gold, lavender, and gray highlights with a quality strike. Light, even wear on the high points with absolutely no issues. A choice VF example that is perfect for the grade.

Key Date Early Draped Bust Quarter

1804 25c PCGS VF20 (OGH)


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. Pretty, evenly worn highlights with smooth, choice surfaces. Gorgeous for the grade and housed in an old green label PCGS holder.

Beautiful Early Quarter

1805 25c PCGS/CAC MS63 ex: Col. E.H.R. Green/Newman


Beautiful green, lavender, and orange tones around the rim of the obverse carry over to the reverse with even more vibrancy. A gorgeous example with amazing luster. As is typical, the details are slightly weaker on the hair above the forehead and in the clouds of the reverse, but overall a gorgeous appearance. Previously sold for $41,125 in a NGC/CAC holder and has since crossed into this PCGS display. CAC approved for quality.

Great Early Type Coin

1806 25c PCGS MS64


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!

Famous Early Half Dollar

1796 50c PCGS F12 (16 Stars)


A perfectly wholesome Fine example of this scarcer early Half. The 16th star on the obverse was engraved to commemorate Tennessee's admission to the Union as the 16th state. Lovely details with choice surfaces, the luster is still noticeable in the fields. Perfect for the type collector, this piece is clearly easy on the eyes and destined for a very advanced cabinet.