1804 25C VG8 NGC. B-1, R.4. Similar in mintage to the 1796, the 1804 is more affordable since it does not represent a one-y...
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Key Date 1804 Draped Bust Quarter1804 25C VG8 NGC. B-1, R.4. Similar in mintage to the 1796, the 1804 is more affordable since it does not represent a one-year type. However, the scant production of 6,738 pieces ensures that the quantity of survivors is insufficient to meet demand. This lilac-gray piece has clear obverse legends, the reverse legends are also fully legible although the tops or bases of a few letters are beginning to merge into the rim. The shield lines are nearly fully separated. This is an earlier die state with light clash marks on both sides.
From The Thomas Wolfe Collection, Part One.(#5312) (Registry values: P7) (NGC ID# 23RB, PCGS# 5312)
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