1930 Standing Liberty Quarter 25C PCGS - U.S. Coins and Jewelry
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1930 Standing Liberty Quarter 25C PCGS MS66+FH

1930 Standing Liberty Quarter 25C PCGS MS66+FH

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Standing Liberty Quarter (1916 – 1930) The renaissance of U.S. coinages began in the early part of the century, and ultimately included all of the circulating coins. The silver coin designers were chosen by competition through the Commission of Fine Arts and the winner for the quarter dollar was Herman MacNeil. His standing portrait of Liberty with shield and outstretched hand clutching an olive branch was originally produced with her breast exposed. This met with both praise and horror and under pressure a chain mail covering was draped across her chest in the second year of production. The Type one version with bare breast is a popular type and interesting historical artistic reach for the Mint. The Type two versions with covered breasts additionally had the reverse star arrangement changed. MacNeil’s intricate design forced various changes during the series run including a major change in the pedestal in 1925 to create a recessed date. The design proved difficult to produce in full relief. Today collector’s look for fully struck examples with full head detail and clear delineation on the shield rivets.

Coin Features:
  • Obverse: Liberty Striding Forwards in a Gown and bearing a shield and Olive Branch. Motto: In God We Trust. Around Rim: Liberty.
  • Reverse: Flying Eagle Facing Right. Above: United States of America - E Pluribus Unum. Around Rim: 13 Stars.
This is a PCGS graded coin. You will receive the coin pictured. You are purchasing a 1930 Standing Liberty Quarter graded MS66+FH. 
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  • Coin
    standing liberty
  • Year
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  • Grade
    ms 66+
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