In 1893, the Board of Lady Managers of the World's Columbian Exposition petitioned for a souvenir quarter dollar. Authority was granted March 3, 1893.
- Contains .1808 oz of Silver.
- Comes in a protective plastic flip.
- Mintage of only 24,214.
- Obverse: Features the crowned bust of Queen Isabella I of Spain.
- Reverse: Displays a kneeling female with distaff and spindle.
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This coin grades AU has some very light hairlines that are difficult to notice, under the very light original toning. Add this 1893 Isabella Quarter Commemorative coin to your cart today!
The Isabella Commemorative Quarter Dollar was the very first United States coin to ever portray a foreign monarch on it. This coin was struck to satisfy the demand from the Board of Lady Managers of the World's Columbian Exposition. Charles Barber designed the coin.