1917 Standing Liberty Quarter Type 1 NGC XF40

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  • Title: 1917 Standing Liberty Quarter Type 1 NGC XF40
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The 1917 Standing Liberty quarters were minted from 1916 until 1930 in a variety of designs. 1917 was the second year of their mintage, and the 1917 Standing Liberty Quarter was available in two different versions -

  • Variety 1: Has the Liberty’s chest exposed on the obverse and no stars appear below the eagle on the reverse.
  • Variety 2: Has Liberty's chest covered by chain mail and three stars below the eagle.

We provide you the Type 1 NGC XF40 graded mintage (No stars below eagle) coin.


Represents standing Liberty holding Olive Branch in right hand symbolizing willingness to be peaceful. While the shield on the left represents willingness to defend.


The reverse depicts an American Eagle surmounted with the inscription “United States of America”.

Product specifications:

  • Coin Designer: Hermon A. MacNeil.
  • Coin Series: Standing Liberty quarter.
  • Composition: .900 silver + .100 copper.
  • Weight: 6.25 grams.
  • Diameter: 24.3 mm.
  • Mintage: First year type from Denver mint.
  • Authorization: CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.

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