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    1916 Standing Liberty Quarter
    XF Details

    1916 25C -- Obverse Damage -- NGC Details. XF. Although scattered abrasions are apparent throughout this lightly circulated piece, it is a singular mark just to the right of Liberty's head that most significantly contributes to the Details designation from NGC. Pale lilac-gray patina covers each side, and Liberty's figure and the eagle exhibit moderate wear for the grade. The 1916 Standing Liberty quarter enjoys substantial demand in just about any condition, given its low mintage of 52,000 pieces and storied history as the series key.
    From The Stirling Family Collection.


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