1916 Standing Liberty Quarter
The 1916 version of the Standing Liberty Quarter is worth on average $32,000.00 if in Mint State (uncirculated), while one in poor condition will have a value of just $5,000.00. If the coin has an error, or is certified this will further add to the appeal and raise it's price numismatically speaking.
- Year: 1916
- Mint: No Mint Mark
- Type: Standing Liberty Quarter
- Mintage: 52,000
- Metal: 90% Silver 10% Copper
- What's it worth?: $32,000.00 to $5,000.00
Just 52,000 1916 Quarter Dollars were issued. No other mints made 1916 Quarter Dollars. This was the first year these coins were produced. When purchasing this coin make sure its not a medal version as there are 1916 Standing Liberty Medals that look like proof versions of this coin going for much less than the real coin. To make it worse the medals are even certified by major companies.
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Top coins in this series. List price based off high end conditions that have been certified.
|$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....|
Rare Coins. Key and Semi-Key Dates to remember. Based on various factors.
|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
Lady Liberty also sometimes called Goddess of Liberty usually seen holding an olive branch and or sword to signify she was willing to make piece or war.
The Standing Liberty Quarter has a weight of 6.25 g.