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1862 25C PR64CAM PCGS #85558

CAC. An incredible Choice Cameo proof, this Seated Liberty quarter is fully brilliant with nary a trace of toning on either side. All of the design motifs are boldly detailed with frosty silver luster inside a mirrored frame. Population: 5 in 64 Cameo, 5 finer (8/10). - 6/6 (5/13)

1893 25C PR66+ PCGS #5679

CAC. The 1893 was considered an afterthought by many contemporary collectors, after the issuance of the first-year 1892. But the 1893 is equally well produced and makes a wonderful type coin. This piece appears to us to have enough frost over the devices to warrant a Cameo designation, but apparently PCGS disagreed. The centers are mostly untoned and the margins are accented with rich rose and cobalt-blue toning. Population: 1 in 66+, 18 finer (1/11)

1917 25C Type 1 MS67FH PCGS #5707

CAC. Light gold toning, a needle-sharp strike, and dynamic cartwheel luster confirm the high grade of this exceptional Type One quarter. Nearly devoid of marks, and practically unobtainable any finer. Population: 60 in 67 Full Head, 2 finer (3/12).

1930 25C MS67FH PCGS #5779

CAC. Brightly lustrous with just a hint of lemon-gold patina on each side. This Superb Gem is silver-white elsewhere with great eye appeal. Excellent definition on Liberty's head with the lower rivets of the shield showing the only elements of softness.