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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...

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...

This meticulously produced, carefully preserved, and beautifully toned specimen epitomizes the quality and eye appeal that collectors strive for. We also owned another 1894 PCGS MS66 with beautiful original toning, which was placed (along with many ...

A remarkably fresh and lustrous example, this superb gem 1895 quarter brought a then unprecedented runaway price at the Heritage 2003 ANA Signature Sale (7/29/03:6995, $18975). This coin was formerly in the personal collection of numismatic titan Ji...

A beautiful example of this earlier Philadelphia issue that is a lovely match to the superb 1895 qurater of the same grade. The colors of the two coins are quite similar, although the 1895 has superior luster and presence. From the collection of Da...

An attractively toned premium gem, here is an issue not found in the Eliasberg Collection. The same can be said of all the P-mint business strikes from 1892 through 1915. Eliasberg collected only the proofs for those years in which proofs were made...
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