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November 16 , 2015

COIN OF THE WEEK

Finest Known 1897 Liberty $2.50 PCGS MS68 - $42,500.
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Presenting here the HIGHEST GRADED 1897 Gold Quarter Eagle BY PCGS OR NGC. In its population report, PCGS has only certified this one coin, the present coin, in MS68 with none higher. CAC population report shows only this specimen as the only MS68 received the CAC sticker. Wow! What are you waiting for? Call/Email to confirm availability and/or request terms.

Please contact me by email or telephone 1-800-624-1870 to reserve this great coin.

Christian Gobrecht’s quarter eagle was produced without substantial modification from 1840 to 1907, the longest span in any United States coinage series. It uses the Coronet design which shows Liberty in profile facing left, her hair tied tightly in beads, except for two curls one down the back of her neck and the other on the side below her ear, with the word LIBERTY inscribed on the coronet. She is surrounded by thirteen stars, and the date is below the truncation. Dentils are around the periphery of both sides. The reverse shows a heraldic eagle facing left holding arrows and olive branch it its talons. The inscription UNITED STATES OF AMERICA arcs around it, interrupted by the wing tips, and the denomination 2 ½ D. is below. The denomination is separated from the legend with dots.

In 1826 Gobrecht did his first work for the Mint as an assistant to Engraver William Kneass. After Kneass’ suffered a debilitating stroke, Gobrecht did all the die and pattern work for the Mint. He became Chief Engraver in 1840 and served until his death in 1844. He was famous for his Liberty Seated motif which was used for all denominations of sliver coinage including the half dime, dime, quarter dollar, half dollar and sliver dollar. He also designed the Liberty Head gold eagle, a motif that was also used on the half-cent, the cent, the gold quarter eagle, and the gold half eagle.


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ADDITION NEW COINS ADDED - (Week of 11/16/2015)

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