Brilliant 1932-D Quarter, MS641932-D 25C MS64 PCGS. Only 436,800 pieces were struck of this key issue, and examples are eagerly sought by collectors in all grades. A high degree of satiny brilliance shines forth from each side of this flashy near-Gem. A few wispy marks and luster grazes are noted on the obverse, but they seem minimal for the assigned grade. Very near to Gem quality.
Indeed, this specimen displays higher-quality attributes than most '32-Ds. In a February 2004 issue of Coin World, ANACS grader Randy Campbell wrote: "A large percentage of the surviving 1932-D quarters have been cleaned or improperly stored. Such examples will have poor to below average luster. Hairline scratches are a significant problem with this issue." This piece transcends all of these problems.
From The New York Eye Appeal Collection, Part Three.(Registry values: N491) (NGC ID# 2448, PCGS# 5791)
Weight: 6.25 grams
Metal: 90% Silver, 10% Copper
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