1862 25C PR66 NGC. Ex: P. Kaufman. Seated Quarter ...
Condition Census Proof 1862 Quarter With Rich, Original Toning1862 25C PR66 NGC. Ex: P. Kaufman. Seated Quarter production at the Philadelphia Mint slackened in 1862--only 932,550 pieces were produced as opposed to 4.8 million coins in 1861. Surprisingly, the 1862 is still widely regarded as a common date by most collectors. While it may be in lower grades, it most certainly is not at high levels of preservation. A lovely specimen striking, this solidly graded Gem is originally toned over smooth, fully brought up features. Dominant olive-copper toning overlays the obverse and rings the reverse periphery. The central reverse, on the other hand, is more lavender-gray in appearance. Mottled undertones are evident at direct angles, as well as appreciable brightness in the fields. NGC Population: 8 in PR66, with none finer (11/02).
From the Philip Kaufman Collection. (NGC ID# 23WP, PCGS# 5558)
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