All-Time #1 Set of Seated Quarters to be on Display at ANA World’s Fair

D.L. Hansen and David Lawrence Rare Coins (DLRC) will be displaying the All-Time Finest PCGS Registry Set of Circulation Strike Seated Liberty Quarters at the upcoming ANA World’s Fair of Money.

by DLRC | Published on August 8, 2022

D.L. Hansen and David Lawrence Rare Coins (DLRC) will be displaying the All-Time Finest PCGS Registry Set of Circulation Strike Seated Liberty Quarters at the upcoming ANA World’s Fair of Money. The 100% complete set of 109 coins will also be joined by the near complete set of proof issues from 1838-1891. This set is the only complete set of circulation strike coins graded by PCGS that has ever been compiled. This will be the first time that this set is on full display.

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The ANA World’s Fair of Money will be held in Rosemont, IL, from Tuesday, August 16th to Saturday, August 20th. DLRC will be attending and displaying this fascinating exhibit for the duration of the show at table 1030.

Some of the notable pieces that will be displayed are:

1838 25c PCGS/CAC MS66 (No Drapery) ex: Pogue

1851-O 25c PCGS/CAC MS64

1864 25c PCGS/CAC MS68+

1867-S 25c PCGS/CAC MS67

1871-CC 25c PCGS MS64

1872-CC 25c PCGS MS65

1840 25c PCGS/CAC Proof 64+ (Drapery)

1842 25c PCGS Proof 63 CAM (Small Date)

1850 25c PCGS/CAC Proof 65+

Per John Brush, President of DLRC and the Curator of the D.L. Hansen Collection “While quality and completion have long been the goals throughout the D.L. Hansen Collection, eye appeal is highlighted in this fascinating set and is evident throughout the wide swath of dates.”

According to Hansen, this set was “Painstakingly assembled piece by piece and was one of the harder collections to assemble due to the vast number of coins and the scarcity of some of the issues. Many late nights and several years of searching have resulted in this set and we couldn’t be prouder to share it with other collectors.”

This is just one of the many sets that has been put together by Hansen and it is a great example of the most complete collection of circulation strike coins ever assembled by a collector. It is the goal of DLRC and Mr. Hansen to not only continue to improve the collection but to share it with other collectors whenever possible.

Additional information about the D.L. Hansen Collection and David Lawrence Rare Coins can be found at, by calling 800-776-0560, or via email

About Dell Loy Hansen and DLRC

Dell Loy Hansen was born in Utah in the early 1950s and began collecting Whitman albums as a kid. Like many collectors, he took a break from coins to launch his career and start a family. In 1988, he founded the Wasatch Group, a real estate organization that manages a multi-million dollar portfolio. Hansen uses the PCGS Set Registry to organize and share his collection and he currently has over 1,200 complete registry sets. Over 40% of those coins are the finest known, either sole or tied, creating one of the highest quality sets of US coins in the world.

As Hansen built his collection, he made many purchases from DLRC and established a relationship with John Brush. When Brush had the opportunity to acquire DLRC, he and Hansen partnered to purchase the company. Today, Hansen assists with the business aspects of DLRC and Brush curates the Hansen collection and assists in the acquisition of new pieces.

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DLRC, formerly David Lawrence Rare Coins, was founded in a spare bedroom in 1979 by David Lawrence Feigenbaum. A passionate collector his entire life, Feigenbaum made the jump to dealing when his collecting desires surpassed his limited professor’s budget. After David passed away from a long battle with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease), his son John Feigenbaum took the reins and oversaw the company's growth until 2015. That August, Feigenbaum became the Publisher of CDN Publishing and passed operations to John Brush. Mr. Brush, with prominent collector Dell Loy Hansen, purchased the company shortly thereafter and continued the legacy of the collector-friendly numismatic outlet.

Mr. Brush directs the company with the help of an extremely dedicated staff of 20 employees. The management team cumulatively totals over 80 years with the company, while DLRC’s numismatic team collectively offers 100+ years of experience and passion for all aspects of coin collecting. Whether the coin is $5, $50, or $5 million, they are here to serve the collector with the best quality, service, and price possible.

DLRC has handled many legendary rarities of United States numismatics, including the finest certified 1796 No Pole Liberty Cap Half Cent, two examples of the 1894-S Barber Dime, a gem 1876-CC Twenty Cent Piece, the finest known 1901-S Barber Quarter, three of the twelve known 1870-S Seated Dollars, both examples of the famous 1854-S $5 Gold Half Eagle, the historic 1815 $5 Gold Half Eagle, one of the two known 1825/4 $5 Gold Half Eagle, and the Mickley-Hawn-Queller 1804 Proof Draped Bust Dollar. The company also helped with the assembly and sale of the $25 million Richmond Collection at three public auctions hosted in New York City and Baltimore, and are the curators of the All-Time Greatest Collection of U.S. Coins: The D.L. Hansen Collection.

DLRC is an industry leader in the exchange and auction of U.S. rare coins certified by PCGS, NGC, and CAC. The company holds weekly internet auctions and offers sellers, in addition to direct sale, the option to consign to these auctions. To work with DLRC, or for any questions as to how they can help your collection, please call 800-776-0560 or email

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