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1904 Barber Quarter. MS-67 (PCGS). CAC.

Original Lot at Stack's Bowers

Lot #
7107
Grade
MS67
Sale Price
$26,400.00
AUCTION RECORD

Auction Details

Firm Sale Type Name Date Notes Lot
Stack's Bowers Auction March 2020 Baltimore U.S. Coins Auction Mar-2020 Superb Gem 1904 Barber Quarter Probable Finest Known 1904 Barber Quarter. MS-67 (PCGS). CAC. Exceedingly rare as a Superb Gem 1904 Barber quarter, this is one of only two MS-67s for the issue graded by PCGS. In your cataloger's (JLA's) opinion the Pogue specimen is far more attractive than the other coin (Heritage 6/2014, lot 30429). The surfaces are richly original with target-like toning that features reddish-gold, powder blue and mauve-gray patina on both sides. Razor sharp to full striking detail is evident throughout, as is a full mint frost. With a generous mintage of 9,588,143 coins and an above average rate of survival, the 1904 is not a major rarity in the circulation strike Barber quarter series. It is, however, the among the scarcer Philadelphia Mint issues of the design type in the finest Mint State grades. Tied for CC#1, and finer than the only other PCGS MS-67 certified, this coin is sure to find its way into another outstanding Barber quarter set. Estimate: $5,000 - $6,000. PCGS Population: 2; 0 finer. CAC Population: 1; 0. PCGS# 5637. NGC ID: 23YY. Click here for certification details from PCGS.