There were no Standing Liberty Quarters minted in 1922.
The Standing Liberty Quarter minted from 1916-1930
Standing Liberty quarters were minted from 1916 to 1930, except for 1922 when low demand caused the Mint to suspend production of all low-denomination coins except cents.
Standing Liberty quarters were minted from 1916 to 1930. Please check again and post a new question.
None. It is one of the few years that has no quarters that were minted. The Standing Liberty Quarter stopped being minted in 1930 and the familiar Washington quarter wouldn't be minted until 1932.
Standing Liberty quarters were minted from 1916 to 1930. Please check your coin again and post a new question.
The last Liberty Standing quarters were minted in 1930. All quarters minted after that have the current image of Washington on the obverse. A 1964 Liberty Standing quarter would be a privately-minted fantasy piece with little collector value.If you have a 1964 Washington quarter it's worth about $3.50 for its silver content. If you have a different coin please post a new question with additional details.
Look at your coin again, there were no 1925-D quarters minted. There are 1925 quarters but none struck in Denver.
U.S. quarters minted before 1965, including the Standing Liberty, weigh 6.25 grams. A heavily worn coin might weigh slightly less.
You are referring to Standing Liberty Quarters, which were minted from 1916 to 1930.
Standing liberty quarters were made from 1916- 1930. Barber quarters were made from 1892-1916. The design of Liberty on a Barber quarters shows only the head while Standing Liberty quarters show her whole body. The tails sides are also different.
Please check your coin again. The only half dollars minted in 1925 were commemorative Stone Mountain halves. In addition the image used from 1916 to 1947 was the Walking Liberty design. The Standing Liberty design was used on quarters minted from 1916 to 1930.
Yes, all Standing Liberty quarters are 90% silver, they contain .18084oz of pure silver.
"Mercury" dimes were minted from 1916 to 1945.Standing Liberty quarters were minted from 1916 to 1930.Please check again and post a new question with the coin's date and mint mark.
Yes. All quarters minted up through 1964 were made of 90% silver and 10% copper.
If the date is before 1965, then yes.Yes, but...There's US no coin called a "walking Liberty" quarter. The walking Liberty design was used on half dollars. STANDING Liberty quarters were minted from 1916 to 1930, and as noted in the earlier answer, were made of silver (90%, with the rest copper)
In 1916, the Denver Mint did not strike any Standing Liberty quarters, only Barber quarters were struck at Denver. The Standing Liberty quarter was only struck at the Philadelphia Mint in 1916.
There were two kinds of quarters minted in 1916. The common Barber Quarter or the ultra-rare Standing Liberty Quarter.Barber Quarter:Roughly between $5.50 and $310 depending on what condition it is in. This would be a Walking Liberty Quarter and it was only minted in Philadelphia and Denver during this year. The value is pretty much the same regardless of where it was minted.Standing Liberty Quarter:Worth about $3000 in good condition and $20,000+ in uncirculated condition. They only made 52,000 standing liberty quarters during that year.View the source links below to view pricing information based on coin condition, mintage statistics and more information about each of these 1916 quarters.
Many U.S. coins have a mint mark to show where it was minted. On modern quarters, the mark is just to the right of Washington's hair ribbon. P stands for Philadelphia, D is Denver, S is San Francisco, and on older quarters there is O for New Orleans. On quarters minted before 1980, there was no mint mark for Philadelphia. For silver Washington quarters dated 1964 and earlier, Barber quarters, and Seated Liberty quarters, the mark is on the back just below the eagle. Then with Standing Liberty quarters, the mark is on the front, just above and to the left of the date.
The first US quarters were minted in 1796 and carried a portrait of Miss Liberty.
Are you sure this is a 1924 standing liberty silver dollar? All my resources tell me there were no standing liberty silver dollars minted in 1924. The peace silver dollar was the coin minted in 1924. There were no standing Liberty dollars. The quarter issued from 1916 to 1930 bears the standing Liberty design, and the half issued from 1916 to 1947 bears the walking Liberty design. No, there is no running Liberty design, LOL!
One of the most cherished quarters ever minted by the US mint is the: 1916 Standing Liberty Quarter - even in only a good mint state (G4), its value is: $3000.
Standing Liberty quarters were issued from 1916 to 1930. Please post a new question with a date.
Liberty head quarters, more frequently called Barber quarters after their designer, were minted from 1892 to 1916. If your coin is dated 1925 it's called a Standing Liberty quarter because as you can tell from the image, it shows all of Miss Liberty, not just her head. Please see the Related Question for more.