1918 25C MS67 Full Head PCGS. This is a remarkable Superb Gem specimen with brilliant silver surfaces that are only lightly...
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Sharp 1918 Standing Liberty Quarter, MS67 Full Head1918 25C MS67 Full Head PCGS. This is a remarkable Superb Gem specimen with brilliant silver surfaces that are only lightly toned in iridescent gold. The strike is full, one of the sharpest we have seen. Even the top of the date is fully defined, an unusual circumstance for this date. Only a few examples have been similarly graded by PCGS, with just one finer piece. The '18-P ranks among the most common dates in the entire series. However, most examples are seen in lower grades. Jay Cline noted: "Probably the sleeper of the P mints in the entire series in higher grades." Population: 9 in 67 Full Head, 1 finer (2/07).
From The Encinitas Collection.(Registry values: N4719) (NGC ID# 2437, PCGS# 5721)
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