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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.

Obverse:

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

Reverse:

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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