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  Total Value: $76,525.00
Authorized by the Act of April 2, 1792, quarter eagles weighed 67.5 grains, .9167 fineness, until the weight was changed to 64.5 grains, .8992 fineness, by the Act of June 28, 1834. The Act of January 18, 1837, established fineness at .900. Most dates before 1834 are rare. The first issue was struck in 1796; most of these had no stars on the obverse. Proofs of some dates prior to 1855 are known to exist, and all are rare;
Capped Head To Left (1821 - 1834); Classic Head, Not Motto on Reverse (1834 - 1839); Liberty Head (1840 - 1907); Indian Head (1908 - 1929).
 
Coin ID
Type
Date
Svc
Grade
Price
Images
 Coin Description
Quarter Eagles
RC30431
$2.50
NGC
MS61
$38,650
1821 Quarter Eagle - 1821 Capped Bust $2.50 NGC MS61. BD-1, R-5. Beautiful, lustrous PQ. Scarce!....More >>>
RC7747001
$2.50
NGC
AU58 CAC
$3,950
1834 Quarter Eagle - 1834 Classic $2.50 NGC AU58 CAC. This near-Uncirculated, first-year-of-type Classic Head 1834 Quarter Eagle has an above average strike with...More >>>
RC30301
$2.50
PCGS
AU50
P.O.R
1848 Quarter Eagle - 1848 $2.50 CAL PCGS AU50. The first California gold coin and first commemorative coin. Lustrous, wholesome PQ. Looks 53+. 30th Anniversary 'green label' PCGS holder....More >>>
RC30481
$2.50
NGC
MS60
P.O.R
1851/1851-O Quarter Eagle - 1851/1851-O Liberty $2.50 NGC MS60. VP-001. Only 3 known in Unc!...More >>>
RC30532
$2.50
PCGS
MS60
$17,925
1855-C Quarter Eagle - 1855-C Liberty $2.50 Gold PCGS MS60. 2nd-lowest mintage of all C-mint $2.50's. Lovely color. 30th Anniversary green label holder....More >>>
RC30402
$2.50
PCGS
MS64
$8,750
1859 Quarter Eagle - 1859 Liberty $2.50 PCGS MS64. Type 1. Bold and fresh. Tied for finest known. In it's population report, there are 3 graded in MS64, none higher....More >>>
RC75435
$2.50
PCGS
AU58 CAC
$1,300
1861 Quarter Eagle - 1861 $2.50 PCGS AU58 CAC. Civil War Coin. This 1861 Quarter Eagle from the first year of the Civil War glows with mint luster. Very light abrasion...More >>>
RC78918
$2.50
PCGS
MS62 CAC
$1,450
1861 Quarter Eagle - 1861 Liberty $2.50 Gold PCGS MS62 CAC. New Reverse...More >>>
RC30341
$2.50
PCGS
PR64 CAM
P.O.R
1873 Quarter Eagle - 1873 $2.50 PCGS PR64 CAM. Closed 3. Stark cameo. Old green holder. Mintage of 25....More >>>
RC7173009
$2.50
NGC
MS65 CAC
$1,200
1906 Quarter Eagle - 1906 Liberty $2.50 Gold NGC MS65 CAC...More >>>
RC75117
$2.50
NGC
MS61 CAC
$650
1909 Quarter Eagle Indian (1909 $2.50 Indian) NGC MS61 CAC. Mint luster gleams from within the design of this mint state 1909 Quarter Eagle Indian...More >>>
RC76576
$2.50
PCGS
AU58 CAC
$750
1911 Indian Head $2.50 Gold PCGS AU58 CAC. ONLY 13 1911 Indian Quarter Eagles have been approved by CAC in AU-58, THIS IS ONE OF THEM! Gorgeous and destined....More >>>
RC30512
$2.50
PCGS
MS65
P.O.R
1912 Indian Quarter Eagle - 1912 Indian $2.50 PCGS MS65. Pristine, fresh gem. Off the market for 35 years....More >>>
RC74136
$2.50
NGC
MS61
$650
1913 Quarter Eagle Indian (1913 $2.50 Indian) NGC MS61. Bright mint luster flashes from within the devices of this mint state 1913 Quarter Eagle Indian...More >>>
RC79381
$2.50
NGC
MS61
$575
1915 Quarter Eagle Indian (1915 $2.50 Indian) NGC MS61. Mint luster gleams from within the devices of this Indian Head 1915 Quarter Eagle. The surfaces show some trivial...More >>>
RC71209
$2.50
NGC
MS61 CAC
$675
1926 Quarter Eagle Indian (1926 $2.50 Indian) NGC MS61 CAC. Shimmering mint luster and originality characterize this Indian Head 1926 Quarter Eagle...More >>>
Authorized by the Act of April 2, 1792, quarter eagles weighed 67.5 grains, .9167 fineness, until the weight was changed to 64.5 grains, .8992 fineness, by the Act of June 28, 1834. The Act of January 18, 1837, established fineness at .900. Most dates before 1834 are rare. The first issue was struck in 1796; most of these had no stars on the obverse. Proofs of some dates prior to 1855 are known to exist, and all are rare;
Capped Head To Left (1821 - 1834); Classic Head, Not Motto on Reverse (1834 - 1839); Liberty Head (1840 - 1907); Indian Head (1908 - 1929).


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