1906 $2 1/2 PR65 PCGS....
1906 Quarter Eagle, PR651906 $2 1/2 PR65 PCGS. The 1906 quarter eagle is the next-to-last Liberty Head proof struck of the denomination, a quantity totaling 160 coins during the era when the Philadelphia Mint was producing low- to no-contrast proofs. This Gem proof displays light, even reddish-gold color throughout each side. The fields are deeply reflective, as expected, but the devices show a surprising amount of frosted contrast, even if insufficient for a Cameo designation. A couple of tiny contact marks in the fields are all that preclude an even finer grade. Population: 12 in 65, 30 finer (10/12).(Registry values: P1) (NGC ID# 288W, PCGS# 7932)
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