Olde Towne Coin Shoppe
PO Box 6l8       Havana, FL 32333
(3l4) 574-l785
J - Quarters
1805
( Fine)
"Grey patina has become overlaid by lavender-grey and cobalt hues that stroll through the fields and provide surprisingly decent eye-appeal. Trivial old little scribbles and contact marks are typical of the grade level, and the motto on the reverse is mostly legible. A strong, even rim bears completion around both sides."
Item# J-1805-01 Price:"$1,100.00 "
1806/5
( VG)
"Mintage: 206,124. VG-10 is the pinpoint accurate grade for this overdate quarter, taking into account partial detail within Liberty's hair and a surprisingly near-complete motto on the reverse. And the demeanor could hardly be nicer as an original coin, with classic dove-grey patina that embraces the devices and slowly takes on slightly bluish prominence toward the outer fields. A great coin for the grade."
Item# J-1806-01 Price:$700.00
1806/5
( VG)
"Mintage: 206,124."
Item# J-1806-05 Price:$700.00
1806
( Fine)
"Mintage: 206,124. Utterly attractive original character shows some delicate rouge tint throughout each side to go along with classic dove-grey and graphite contrasts. Strongly defined for the bold details, the lack of separation within the finer hair strands prevents consideration for very-fine, but this hands-down a nice large-planchet quarter."
Item# J-1806-34 Price:"$1,200.00 "
1806
( Fine)
"Mintage: 206,124. Vintage surfaces exude the type of natural coloration that most astute early quarter specialists are looking for. Technical grade may actually exceed the assigned F-12, since the reverse actually displays tangible evidence of luster in the best protected areas, but the shattered die for B-9 LDS that resulted in poor strikes is at least partly to blame for weak peripheral sharpness seen throughout."
Item# J-1806-35 Price:collection
1806
( VG-10)
"Mintage: 206,124. Devices offer boldly outlined major details, and a bit of linear detail can be seen within Liberty's hair. The reverse motto cannot be read, but that is always the case for B-3 even in middle grades. Not even a single contact mark bears mention, but a few wispy dark hairlines can be seen here and there."
Item# J-1806-36 Price:$725.00
1806
(NGC VF-30)
"Just on the cusp of very-good, both rims offer bold completeness, and RIBUS UNUM can be read on the reverse. Nice and original, with no distractions and certainly no signs of cleaning."
Item# J-1806-38 Price:"$2,000.00 "
1807
( G-6)
"The usual shallow strike seems to be at least somewhat responsible for shallow details, along with modest wear, of course. Several ancient, narrow hairlines cross over the reverse and would have avoided mention had they numbered just one or two fewer."
Item# J-1807-01 Price:$425.00
1807
( VF-25)
"Mintage: 220,643. Intriguing bronze-rouge touches all the highpoint design elements, contrasting with perfect dove-grey in the fields. While not the usual 'ideal' color scheme, the contrast still goes some way toward elevating apparent sharpness. The entire surface displays lovely smoothness, amazingly free from any noticeable contact marks."
Item# J-1807-02 Price:"$1,700.00 "
1807
( VF-30)
"Strangely attractive, contrast results from medium tan devices being set of against mulberry-grey fields. "
Item# J-1807-04 Price:"$2,000.00 "
1815
( F-15)
"Seemingly original surface displays a rather ideal shade of grey color, just a bit on the lighter side of 'medium', and augmented by soft graphite-grey on the highpoints of the devices. Neither side shows any contact marks of note at all. An attractive blend of honestly worn surfaces, moderate details and a pleasant 'look' for a two-hundred year old silver coin."
Item# J-1815-02 Price:$650.00
1815
( EF)
"Mintage: 361,174. Spectacular eye-appeal results from an early quarter with faint luster, a clean 'arm's length' appearance, and utterly crisp definition. One must use a loupe to discover some very shallow old scratches branching off into the obverse left field, and they are well toned enough as to be rendered otherwise invisible. Steel-blue toning mingles with portions of rust-gold to supply the excellent appearance."
Item# J-1815-08 Price:"$2,200.00 "
1818/5
( VF)

Item# J-1818-04 Price:$575.00
1806
(NGC F-15)
"Unquestionably a borderline VF quarter, as some original mint luster actualy still lurks around the stars! Sharp as can be for only the Fine grade level."
Item# J-1818-09 Price:$425.00
1818
( VF-25)
Pleasing original surface quality exhibits no marks aside from a tiny linear hit just right of the portrait.
Item# J-1818-58 Price:$600.00
1818
( EF)
"Perhaps delicately cleaned a long time ago, the devices now sport pale pecan-gold toning to contrast with some interesting subtle bluish tint in the fields. Bold major details remain."
Item# J-1818-75 Price:"$1,700.00 "
1831
( VG)

Item# J-1831-03 Price:$120.00
1932-S
(PCGS AU-58)

Item# J-1932s-02 Price:$325.00
1936-D
(PCGS MS-63)

Item# J-1936d-01 Price:$700.00