90% Silver Standing Liberty Quarters ($500 FV) - Silver.com™
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90% Silver Standing Liberty Quarters ($500 FV)

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One of the shorter-lived designs in the history of the US quarter was the Standing Liberty design. Struck on the coins for just 14 years before being halted entirely, the Standing Liberty Quarter was issued during the era of 90% silver coins in the United States and remains a valuable asset for those holding physical silver. Now, 90% Silver Standing Liberty Quarters are available to you for purchase online at Silver.com with a total face value of $500 (USD).

Coin Highlights:

  • Coins ship to you inside of a bag with 2,000 US quarters in total!
  • Date marks include the years 1916 to 1930!
  • Consists of .18084 Troy ounces of actual silver content.
  • Issued individual face values of $.25 (USD) by the United States.
  • The obverse features Standing Liberty.
  • On the reverse is an American eagle soaring through the air.
  • Please note that you are likely to receive several different date marks on the coins in your bag.

The design of the Standing Liberty Quarter was completed by Hermon Atkins MacNeil in 1916 and featured on the US quarter through 1930. Traditionally, US coin designs have been mandated to feature on coins for 25 years before each can be considered for replacement. The Barber Quarter that the Standing Liberty Quarter replaced, for example, was on the US quarter for 23 years and eventually removed because of a broader movement to replace all US coin denominations.

The Standing Liberty Quarter design would go on to feature on the 25-cent piece for just 14 years because it lacked broad support and was not popular with the public. The obverse design was modified twice after the original design debuted and the reverse element once. The design was so unpopular no new US quarters were produced in 1931 and the 1932 date mark revealed the new, and current, Washington Quarter design.

The obverse face of 90% Silver Standing Liberty Quarters includes a depiction of the goddess Liberty standing between two small sections of wall. The words “In God We Trust” are inscribed on the wall sections and Liberty holds a shield in one hand to defend the nation, with an olive branch in the other symbolizing hope for peace.

On the reverse side, 90% Silver Standing Liberty Quarters come with the design of an American bald eagle gliding in flight with its wings at full stretch. The inscriptions on this side of the coin include “United States of America,” “E Pluribus Unum,” and “Quarter Dollar.”

These 90% Silver Standing Liberty Quarters are available in a plastic bag totaling 2,000 US quarters in all. The total face value of the quarters is $500 (USD). The individual coins have 90% silver content and 10% copper, with date marks possible from 1916 to 1930. Please note that you are most likely to receive a wide range of date marks on the coins in your bag.

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Additional information

Weight 357.50000 oz

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Brand: US Mint

Mint: US Mint

Purity: 90% Silver

Face Value: $500 USD

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