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Type I Reverse. A magnificently toned prooflike business strike of the highest order. The quarter dollars of 1892 were manufactured at the Philadelphia, New Orleans and San Francisco facilities. Each location produced coinage bearing the original a...

Type I Reverse. After searching for a suitable example of the Type I variety of this issue for quite some time, we are thrilled to add this gem New Orleans quarter to our collection. Original skin, excellent surfaces, and absolutely beautiful tonin...

Type I Reverse. A lovely original piece with attractive tones of blue and green over gold. Heritage, 2006 FUN Signature Sale, Lot 3160. Be sure also to see the beautiful Type II reverse example in our "additional pieces" registry set, which can be...

Like many issues in this series, the 1893 quarter is more difficult in gem than is generally realized, particularly if one is looking for a PQ gem with nice surfaces and attractive original toning. According to our notes, Sunnywood has examined at l...

A beautiful original coin with light splashes of attractive color over excellent surfaces. Undervalued at this quality level, and we doubt the MS66 pop at PCGS really represents seven distinct coins, as we have only seen two !! Heritage, Dallas Sig...

Like the 1900-O and 1913 in the Sunnywood Collection, our 1893-S quarter previsouly graced the wonderful collections of both Glenn Church and John Hugon. This beautiful example is aglow with semi-prooflike surfaces and contrast. It is a tribute to ...
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