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The 1918/7-S Standing Liberty Quarter Overdate is one of the most important varieties and rarities of its entire century. It was found relatively quickly in the 1930's and sold at auction for the first time in 1937. This coin is rare and valuable in all Full Head grades. The value increases gradually from AU to Mint State, where it is extremely rare, until it takes a jump after MS63. MS64 and finer would be considered nearly unattainable rarities that are worth 6-figures.
Obverse: 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: 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.

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Coin Date: 1918/7-S
Denomination: 25c / Twenty five cents
Designation: MS
Mint Mark: S
Mint Location: San Francisco
Coinage Type: Standing Liberty quarter
Coinage Years: 1917-1930
Composition: 90% silver; 10% copper
Strike Type: Business
Diameter: 24.3 mm
Fineness: 0.9
Weight: 6.25 gr
Weight: 0.1808 oz
Designer: Herman A. MacNeil
PCGS #: 5727
NGC ID: 243A
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