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1858 Seated Liberty Quarter 25c, PCGS MS-65 - Nice Original Coin

1858 Seated Liberty Quarter 25c, PCGS MS-65 - Nice Original Coin

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This is a PCGS Graded Coin. You will receive the pictured coin. You are Buying a 1858 Seated Liberty Quarter graded MS65. The 1858 has long been popular as a representative of the No Motto Seated quarter type, though few survivors can compete with the eye appeal of this Gem. Strong, swirling luster enlivens each side, and the patina is subtly varied silver-gray overall with glimpses of peripheral orange. 
This is an excellent coin to add to your collection.

Coin Features:
  • PCGS graded MS65
  • Frosty Satin White Luster
  • Known as a Seated Liberty Quarter
  • Obverse: Liberty Seated Facing Left next to a Heraldic Shield and Bearing a Staff with a Liberty Cap on the end. Around Rim 13 Stars.
  • Reverse: Heraldic Eagle 3/4 Facing Right Bearing Arrows and an Olive Branch. Around Rim United States of America

Seated Liberty Quarters (1838 – 1891)No Motto (1838 – 1853, 1856 - 1865) In 1838, the Mint’s use of steam powered presses was in full swing. Christian Gobrecht had redesigned the nation’s coinage and his Seated Liberty motif took over in the quarter denomination. Originally produced without the motto IN GOD WE TRUST, the quarters were produced for 15 years until the weights were adjusted. Then the no motto was again reintroduced after a brief three year hiatus when devices were added to designate the changes in weights. Gobrecht’s design was inspired by drawings by Thomas Sully and featured a portrait of Liberty seated on a rock with a shield. She held a staff with a pileus on top a symbol recognized by his contemporaries as a statement of freedom. His iconic designs were used until Charles Barber's works replaced them in 1891.

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    seated liberty
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  • Grade
    ms 65
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