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Just having fun! - The Number One Finest Set of All Time

HOF 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 10
Current Statistics
Rank

1
GPA with Top Bonuses

68.986
GPA Weighted

68.222
Complete

100.00%
Set Rating

68.986
%FH

92.11%
Retired Statistics
Rank

1
GPA Weighted

68.222
Complete

100.00%
Set Rating

68.222

About This Set: The Standing Liberty Quarters is a fun and challenging set to collect. I had to pick these coins off one-by-one. Building this collection took more than a decade and it’s still a work of art in progress.

In addition to these coins, I also have a number of fascinating Standing Liberty error coins including a 50% off-center Standing Lib with a legible date (!), and an amazing 1919 Broadstruck graded MS-67 FULL HEAD by NGC. Imagine that: A broadstruck Standing Lib with a crystal clear full head, in MS-67.

Thank you, thank you, thank you, Warren Mills of Rare Coins of New Hampshire who restarted me on this collection – an abandoned childhood favorite. Without him and his RCNH, this series could never have been completed in this quality. Warren’s eye is spectacular. His integrity and devotion to high-quality, original coins make it a pleasure to work with him. It has also been profitable to work with Warren because he’s such a bug for quality that I’ve consistently been able to upgrade coins that he himself sold me. Warren: you’re an amazing numismatist and a nice guy in the bargain!

A few years ago, as I was completing this collection, Mitch Spivack entered the picture and lived up to his monicker: “Wondercoin” by helping me nail down some of the remaining scarcities that I needed. Thank you too, Mitch. You’re a gentleman and a scholar as well as one helluva superb numismatist and it’s fun to work with you.

One last point: I WELCOME trades. In building such an incredible collection over the course of many years, I’ve inevitably acquired some spectacular duplicates. I’ll be delighted to swap my dups out for upgrades. Please contact me at [email protected], I'd love the opportunity to chat coins with you.

Just having fun!

Image Item PCGS # Date Denom Grade PCGS # Pop PCGS # Pop Higher Pop Pop Higher Comments
1916 Standing Liberty 5705 1916 25C MS67FH 4 1 41
1917 Type 1 5707 1917 25C MS67FH 81 8 818
1917-D Type 1 5709 1917-D 25C MS67FH 23 5 235
1917-S Type 1 5711 1917-S 25C MS67+ FH 2 0 20
1917 Type 2 5715 1917 25C MS67+ FH 3 0 30
1917-D Type 2 5717 1917-D 25C MS68FH 1 0 10
1917-S Type 2 5719 1917-S 25C MS67+ FH 4 1 41
1918 5721 1918 25C MS68FH 1 0 10
1918-D 5723 1918-D 25C MS67FH 1 0 10
1918-S 5725 1918-S 25C MS66FH 11 5 115
1918/7-S 5727 1918/7-S 25C MS64+ FH 2 0 20
1919 5728 1919 25C MS68+ 1 1579
1919-D 5731 1919-D 25C MS67FH 1 0 10
1919-S 5733 1919-S 25C MS67FH 2 0 20
1920 5735 1920 25C MS67+ FH 1 0 10
1920-D 5737 1920-D 25C MS68+ FH 1 0 10
1920-S 5739 1920-S 25C MS66FH 9 0 90
1921 5741 1921 25C MS66FH 24 4 244
1923 5743 1923 25C MS67FH 6 0 60
1923-S 5745 1923-S 25C MS67FH 8 2 82
1924 5746 1924 25C MS68+ 1 1461
1924-D 5749 1924-D 25C MS67FH 3 0 30
1924-S 5751 1924-S 25C MS66FH 10 1 101
1925 5753 1925 25C MS67+ FH 3 0 30
1926 5755 1926 25C MS66+ FH 8 3 83
1926-D 5757 1926-D 25C MS66+ FH 3 1 31
1926-S 5759 1926-S 25C MS66+ FH 1 0 10
1927 5761 1927 25C MS67FH 7 0 70
1927-D 5763 1927-D 25C MS66FH 19 1 191
1927-S 5764 1927-S 25C MS67+ 1 124
1928 5767 1928 25C MS66+ FH 5 9 59
1928-D 5769 1928-D 25C MS67+ FH 1 0 10
1928-S 5771 1928-S 25C MS67+ FH 3 0 30
1929 5773 1929 25C MS67FH 6 3 63
1929-D 5775 1929-D 25C MS66+ FH 3 0 30
1929-S 5777 1929-S 25C MS67FH 17 0 170
1930 5779 1930 25C MS67FH 44 2 442
1930-S 5781 1930-S 25C MS67FH 27 3 273

COMMENTS

Still just as nice in 2011!! I agree with both prior posts.

Posted @ 4/27/2011 5:23 PM By Parlayer

Wonderful set, I'm sure. But it begs for photos! Please post some. Congratulations on a monumental achievement. Best Regards, giorgio11

Posted @ 12/30/2008 8:54 AM By giorgio11

Just an incredible set. A once in a lifetime experience just to see this!

Posted @ 4/13/2008 8:22 PM By lazer