Standing Liberty Quarter Values, Errors, & Key Dates
The Standing Liberty Quarter was issued 1916-1930. It has a face value of .25 and a weight of 6.25g. The original engraver was Hermon MacNeil and the Standing Liberty Quarter was made of 90% Silver and 10% Copper.
The Standing Liberty Quarter was issued 1916-1930. It has a face value of .25 and a weight of 6.25g. The original engraver was Hermon MacNeil and the Standing Liberty Quarter was made of 90% Silver and 10% Copper. If you found this page useful please share it with your friends.
Most valuable coins in this series. Listed price based off high end state (MS+). Scroll down to see all.
|$32,000||1916 Standing Liberty Quarter|
|$6,500||1927 S Standing Liberty Quarter|
|$5,000||1923 S Standing Liberty Quarter|
Known errors. Coins in order by date. To learn more about each error simply click on the read more link.
|Tear Drop||Tear Drop die errors are found and certified on many of the Standing Liberty Quarters...|
|E & M Die Clash||E & M Die Clash error or E Die Clash error on obverse gown....|
Key and Semi-Key Dates to remember and note. Based on various factors. Coin rarity, supply demmand, and more.
|1923 S||1923 S is Key or Semi Key date. Low end coins worth hundreds...|
|1921||1921 Standing Liberty is Key date worth hundreds even in lower conditions....|
|1916||1916 was the first year the Standing Liberty Quarters were issued. These are consider...|
|Full Head||Full Head Details in hair, eyes, nose make this coin worth 3x to 6x more....|
Mint mark is located on the front (obverse) on the bottom between the date and the last star. D (Denver) and S (San Francisco) mint marks are present. If not mint mark it means the coin was minted in Philadelphia