$2.50 Liberty Head Quarter Eagle MS-61 PCGS (Random Year)

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The Liberty Head Quarter Eagle, sometimes referred to as the Coronet Head Quarter Eagle, began production in 1840. This workhorse of US coinage was minted continuously through 1907.

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The Liberty Head Quarter Eagle, sometimes referred to as the Coronet Head Quarter Eagle, began production in 1840. This workhorse of US coinage was minted continuously through 1907. The Philadelphia, New Orleans, San Francisco, Charlotte and Dahlonega mints all produced this issue. This piece come in a mint state 61, and are certified by PCGS.

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Year Minted

Random Year

Denomination

$2.50

Grade Rating

MS-61

Grading Provided By

PCGS

Composition

Gold

Total Metal Weight

0.1209 troy oz

Fineness

.900

Diameter

18 millimeters

Edge Type

Reeded

Time Group

Federal

Designer

Christian Gobrecht

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