Standing Liberty Quarter


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Standing Liberty Quarter

A silver coin minted by the United States between 1916 and 1930. It was worth 1/4 of one dollar.
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The Standing Liberty quarter was altered in 1917 because some people were offended by Lady Liberty revealing a breast (similar to John Ashcroft's hangup over Capitol statuary).
A Guide Book of Mercury Dimes, Standing Liberty Quarters, and Liberty Walking Half Dollars: 1916-1947: A Complete History and Price Guide
The sale contained exceptional coins from collections like the Battle Born Collection, the Hoosier Flyer Collection, the Dorchester Heights Collection, the Philip Winston Pillsbury Collection of Flying Eagle and Indian Cents, the Just Having Fun Collection of Standing Liberty Quarters, the Werner Family Collection of 1796 Coinage, the Winecrest Collection, and more.
This nicely illustrated compendium with more than 200 high resolution images covers all the Standing Liberty quarters issues from 1916 to 1930.
We gave away Indian cents, Liberty & Buffalo nickels, Barber and Mercury dimes, Barber and Standing Liberty quarters, Barber and Walking Liberty halves, and Morgan & Peace dollars, along with an explanation of different coin designs.

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