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PCGS Number: 5731 Coin Date: 1919-D Denomination (Short): 25c Denomination (Long): Twenty five cents Desg: MS Mint Mark: D Composition: 90% silver; 10% copper Mintage: 1,944,000 Strike Type: Business Coinage Type: Standing Liberty quarter Coinage Years: 1917-1930 Mint Location: Denver Diameter: 24.3 Fineness: 0.9 Weight (Grams): 6.25 Weight (Ounces): 0.1808 Designer: Herman A. MacNeil Edge: Reeded Obverse Description: MacNeil's Liberty stands with one hand holding an olive branch, the other bearing a shield. A ribbon connects the branch to the shield. The world LIBERTY appears across the top periphery and the date is centered at the bottom. 13 stars appear to the side of Liberty. Mint mark, if any, is positioned above the date to the left of Liberty. Reverse Description: An eagle in full flight, facing right, with UNITED STATES OF AMERICA above the great raptor. Stars flank the left and right peripheries with the words QUARTER DOLLAR at the bottom. General Notes: Due to striking being such a problem for the 1919-D, this issue is one of the most rare across the Standing Liberty Quarter Series with a Full Head. This coin is uncommon even at the AU to low Mint State level. MS62 and MS63 are scarce at which point there is a value/rarity jump into MS64 and again into gem as MS65 and MS66 are very rare. Anything finer is an extreme rarity.
PCGS #: 5731 NGC ID: 243C