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    One of Only Two Certified Gem 1869 Seated Quarters

    1869 25C MS 65 NGC. The 1869 boasts the lowest business strike mintage of all P-mint quarters from the 1860s. A mere 16,000 pieces were produced, precious few of which have survived in all grades. This coin's moderately prooflike finish is not uncommon for this low mintage issue, but the level of surface preservation is surpassed by that of only one MS 66 PCGS specimen at both major grading services (11/00). A trifle soft over the top of Liberty's head and the eagle's neck feathers, the strike is sharp in most other areas. There are no abrasions that are inconsistent with the assigned grade. (NGC ID# 23UH, PCGS# 5474)

    Weight: 6.22 grams

    Metal: 90% Silver, 10% Copper


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    February, 2001
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