Lightly Toned 1869 Standard Silver Quarter
1869 25C Standard Silver Quarter Dollar, Judd-733, Pollock-814,
R.5, PR63 PCGS. Standard Silver design with the bust of Liberty
facing right, wearing a headband with LIBERTY inscribed upon it.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA surrounds most of the obverse margin with
the motto set on a scroll below the bust of Liberty. On the
reverse, 25 CENTS is surrounded by a wreath of oak and laurel
leaves, and around the periphery is STANDARD SILVER 1869. Struck in
silver with a reeded edge. These pieces are known on thin 77-grain
and thick 84-grain planchets, but it is not possible to determine
which planchet stock this piece is struck from. Light, hazy golden
patina covers each side of this brightly reflective piece.
Identifiable by a planchet irregularity over IL of SILVER. (NGC ID# 29SH, PCGS# 60960)
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