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U.S. Bust Quarters (1796-1838)

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U.S. Bust Quarters (1796-1838)

1820 Bust Quarter Small 'O' Nice G/VG Nice Eye Appeal Nice Strike
1820 Bust Quarter Small 'O' Nice G/VG Nice Eye Appeal Nice Strike
SKU: QE2461

This original 1820 Bust Quarter Small 'O' has nice eye appeal and nice strike. Nice color and surfaces. Grade: Nice G/VG

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$125.00 $129.00

1821 Bust Quarter Nice VG Nice Eye Appeal Nice Strike
1821 Bust Quarter Nice VG Nice Eye Appeal Nice Strike
SKU: QE2457

This original 1821 Bust Quarter has nice eye appeal and nice strike. Honest even wear. Grade: Nice VG

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$146.00 $150.00

1828 Bust Quarter Nice F Details Nice Eye Appeal Nice Strike
1828 Bust Quarter Nice F Details Nice Eye Appeal Nice Strike
SKU: QE2466

This 1828 Bust Quarter has nice eye appeal and nice strike. The coin has been very lightly cleaned in the past. Decent color and surfaces. Tough to find. Grade: Nice F Details

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$224.00 $231.00

1834 Bust Quarter 'O Over F in OF' Nice XF Details Bright White Nice Strike
1834 Bust Quarter 'O Over F in OF' Nice XF Details Bright White Nice Strike
SKU: QE2174

This 1834 Bust Quarter 'O Over F in OF' has decent eye appeal and nice strike. The coin has been cleaned in the past. No other distractions. Bright white. Grade: Nice XF Details

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$209.00 $215.00


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Learn More About U.S. Bust Quarters (1796-1838)

 

The two main types of Bust quarters were the Draped Bust, minted from 1796-1807, and the Capped Bust, minted from 1815-1838. The Draped Bust quarter features a right-facing portrait of a lady with flowing hair and a ribbon behind her head on the obverse. While the obverse design remained nearly the same until 1807, the Draped Bust series had two reverses: the Small Eagle and the Heraldic Eagle. In 1815, the U.S. Mint began producing a new Capped Bust design of the U.S. quarter with Lady Liberty facing left and wearing a cap with the word “LIBERTY” embellished across the cap’s bottom. The reverse side of the Capped Bust quarter features a bald eagle grasping three arrows and an olive branch. Bust quarters were replaced with the Seated Liberty quarter in 1838. 


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