This fractional Silver round depicts the same proud Liberty used on the Standing Liberty Quarter from 1916-1930, and features a reeded edge. These rounds allow for an easy way to own a classic American design in .999 fine Silver.
- Contains 1/4 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- Individual coins comes protective plastic flips. Multiples of 20 may come in a plastic tube.
- The design of these rounds is based on the original coin issued by the U.S. Mint. These rounds carry no actual face value.
- Obverse: Adapted from Hermon A. MacNeil's depiction of Lady Liberty holding a shield and an olive branch, desiring peace but ready to defend her country.
- Reverse: An eagle flying from left to right with "American Precious Metals Exchange" above and the round's weight below.
- Guaranteed by APMEX.
The design on this 1/4 oz Silver round is a great way to add fractional Silver to your investment portfolio with a touch of beauty. Add this APMEX 1/4 oz Silver (Standing Liberty Quarter) round to your cart today!
The history of the Standing Liberty Quarter
This Standing Liberty 1/4 oz Silver round celebrates the famous vintage Standing Liberty quarter coin, which the U.S. minted from 1916 to 1930. The modern Standing Liberty quarter round shows the revised design of sculptor Herman Atkins MacNeil, who added a armored vest to the formerly bare chest of Lady Liberty. Fractional Silver rounds do not have a date on them, but the original Standing Liberty coin does and had its design modified in 1925 because the year was wearing away too easily. These Silver rounds are based on the past design and help keep alive the history of American coinage.
Why invest in fractional Silver rounds?
A 1/4 oz Silver round looks like the pre-1965 coins that are popular among Silver collectors, but Silver rounds offer several advantages over vintage coins. The Standing Liberty quarter round, unlike the actual Standing Liberty quarter, has its weight and purity stamped on it, making for easier buying and selling these modern Silver rounds. Silver rounds also sell for a lower premium over the Silver spot price than legal tender coins that have numismatic collector value, making the Silver rounds more economical to buy. Fractional Silver rounds also make a good entry point for investing in Silver because you can start today with just a few dollars.
The price of fractional Silver rounds depends on the refining process and final product.
When buying 1/4 oz Silver round bullion, it is important to know what you are paying for. The price for Standing Liberty quarter rounds starts with the spot price of Silver, which no one pays because it is the price of unfabricated Silver. You will pay the premium price of Silver rounds, which includes the cost of fabrication, distribution, a nominal dealer fee and any numismatic or collector value. Because prices for fractional Silver rounds and other Precious Metals are always based on these factors, you can buy Silver for the same price per troy ounce anywhere in the world.
The value of Silver rounds is bolstered by the many uses of Silver.
When buying 1/4 oz Silver rounds and other Silver bullion, you can watch for news about how Silver is used to keep an eye on demand in the market. If you melt down a Standing Liberty quarter round, for example, it has many uses in the medical world because of the strong antibacterial properties of Silver. The Silver in fractional Silver rounds can make dozens of connections in electronics, where Silver is prized for being the most conductive metal. Your Silver rounds stay shiny because Silver resists corrosion and oxidation, another property useful in industrial applications as well as for making Silver jewelry.