1915-S Pan-Pac Quarter Eagle, MS63
1915-S $2 1/2 Panama-Pacific Quarter Eagle MS63 PCGS. The
hybrid design is half Charles Barber and half George T. Morgan,
although many collectors find the obverse design more original and
appealing. This was the first gold quarter eagle commemorative, one
of a series for the important 1915 exposition in San Francisco.
This piece displays deep orange-red color with a tinge of hazel.
The surfaces are suggestive of a higher grade except for a few
values: N2998) (NGC ID# BYLP, PCGS# 7450)
Deep Orange-Red, Attractive Surfaces
Weight: 4.18 grams
Metal: 90% Gold, 10% Copper
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