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    1911 Barber Quarter, PR68
    Richly Toned, Rare So Fine

    1911 25C PR68 PCGS. CAC. The 1911 proof quarter has the third lowest mintage in the series, only trailing the 1914 (380 proofs) and the 1914 (450 proofs). The 543-piece mintage for 1911 goes far toward explaining the lack of high-grade examples of this issue. Sky-blue, navy, lavender, and mint-green blend over the pristine surfaces of this high-grade 1911 proof Barber quarter -- among the finest non-Cameos known. CAC has endorsed only four such pieces in PR68. This sharp 1911 is almost flawlessly preserved and offers appreciable contrast even through the blanketed toning. Population: 5 in 68, 0 finer (7/16).(Registry values: N4719)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 242T, PCGS# 5697)

    Weight: 6.25 grams

    Metal: 90% Silver, 10% Copper

    Learn more at the Newman Numismatic Portal at Washington University in St. Louis.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2016
    10th-14th Wednesday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 11
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