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Deeply Toned MS64 1873-S Arrows Quarter
1873-S 25C Arrows MS64 PCGS. Briggs 1-A. Open 3, as are both
variants of the 1873-S quarter. Obverse 1 has an irregular date
that slopes downward, and on Reverse A the mintmark is small,
clearly defined, and positioned above the upright of the R in QUAR.
Only 156,000 pieces were struck in the West Coast facility, and as
usual, most were circulated with few examples set aside in mint
condition. Only 23 pieces have been certified in Mint State by both
of the major services, minus an unknown number of resubmissions. At
the MS64 level, this is the only piece certified by PCGS, while NGC
has certified three (8/08). Only one coin is finer, a PCGS MS65.
Deep scarlet, blue, and gray toning is seen over each side. Sharply
defined in all areas, there are no obvious abrasions, and the mint
luster glows strongly beneath the deep toning.
Tied for Second Finest Certified
Ex: B. Max Mehl, November 18, 1955; Norweb II (Bowers and Merena, 3/1988), lot 1650; Auction '89 (Superior's Session, 7/89), lot 583.
From The Nevada Collection of Seated Quarters.(Registry values: P5) (NGC ID# BZMM, PCGS# 5493)
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