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1877 Liberty Seated Quarter MS-67+* NGC

1877 Liberty Seated Quarter MS-67+* NGC

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MS-67

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Graded Higher

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Mintage

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10,911,200

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This 1877 Liberty Seated Quarter has been certified as MS-67+* by NGC, one of the top coin grading services in the industry, to guarantee the authenticity and great condition of this coin.

Coin Highlights
  • This coin has a mintage of 10,911,200.
  • NGC encapsulation guarantees the coin’s MS-67+* condition.
  • Obverse: Liberty in a flowing dress is seated on a rock with a Liberty pole in one hand with her other rests on the top corner of a striped shield with a banner inscribed with the word “Liberty”. Surrounded by 13 stars to represent the original colonies and the date of issue.
  • Reverse: Features an American Bald Eagle with a shield on its chest encircled by the text “United States of America,” “In God We Trust” and “Quar. Dol.”
  • Coins from the Philadelphia Mint do not feature a mint mark.

Showcase your certified Liberty Seated Quarter by adding a Wooden Presentation Box, made perfectly to fit up to 20 NGC graded slabs, to your order.

Bring a piece of U.S. coinage history to your collection by adding this Liberty Seated Quarter graded MS-67+* by NGC to your cart today!


1877 Liberty Seated Quarter MS-67+* NGC
The Liberty Seated Quarter was designed by Christian Gobrecht. It replaced the Capped Bust Quarter, which had been in circulation since 1815. The Liberty Seated design was inspired by the ancient Greeks and Romans. Liberty is depicted as a seated goddess, and the coin's motto, "E Pluribus Unum," is inscribed on the band around her waist. The eagle on the back of the coin was also inspired by classical designs.

The Liberty Seated Quarter was minted at several different locations throughout its history. It was first produced at the Philadelphia Mint, but it was also minted in San Francisco, New Orleans, and Carson City. The Liberty Seated Quarter is a valuable coin, and it can fetch high prices on the secondary market. Many collectors consider it to be the most beautiful coin ever produced in America.


Numismatic Guaranty Company
The Numismatic Guaranty Company, or NGC, is one of the world's largest and most trusted third-party grading services for coins, currency and more. With more than 35 years in the industry, NGC’s grading and labels provide customers with a peace of mind knowing their purchases have a guaranteed condition and authenticity.

This Liberty Seated Quarter is in MS-67+* condition, meaning the coin is in Mint State-67 condition. Coins certified as MS-67 are very well struck with only minimal marks and hairlines, but a MS-67+ coin means this coin is at the high end of this grade and approaching the quality requirements for the next grade. The NGC Star Designation is also assigned to this Liberty Seated Quarter due to this coin’s exceptional eye appeal.

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Coin ID 23V5
Population

The total number of coins produced at a specific mint for a particular date and mintmark combination.

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Grade MS-67
Graded Higher

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Mint Mark P - Philadelphia (Not Shown)
Mintage

The total number of coins produced at a specific mint for a particular date and mintmark combination

10,911,200

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