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1825/4/2 25 Cents

1825/4/2 25 Cents

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Greysheet Catalog Details (GSID: 5104)

The 1825/4/2 25 Cents is part of a series of Capped bust quarter coins struck from 1815-1828. Struck in Philadelphia and designated as a Business (MS) strike, this coin is made of 89% silver; 11% copper from a mintage of 144,000 struck and has a rarity rating of 2.
All Bust quarters dated 1825 are now considered to be the 1825/4/2 variety.
Obverse: Liberty is portrayed, facing left, with cap on her head and the word LIBERTY on her crown. 7 and 6 stars on the left and right periphery, respectively with the date positioned in the bottom center.
Reverse: The centerpiece of the reverse is the so-called "heraldic eagle" with wings fully spread and emblazoned with a shield replacing the chest. A ribbon bearing the motto E PLURIBUS UNUM hangs from the beak. The eagles right talon holds bundle of arrows and an olive branch in the right. Above the eagle's head are a group of stars and clouds with the words UNITED STATES OF AMERICA at the top periphery. The denomination of 25 C. appears at the bottom.

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Catalog Detail

GSID: 5104
Coin Date: 1825/4/2
Denomination: 25c / 25 Cents
Designation: MS
Mint Location: Philadelphia
Mintage: 144,000
Coinage Type: Capped bust quarter
Coinage Years: 1815-1828
Composition: 89% silver; 11% copper
Rarity: R-2
Strike Type: Business
Diameter: 27 mm
Fineness: 0.89
Weight: 6.74 gr
Weight: 0.2377 oz
Coin Shape: Round
Designer: John Reich
Obverse Designer: John Reich
Reverse Designer: John Reich
PCGS #: 5337

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