Early quarters of the US are a tough group

Early quarters of the United States are a tough group. It was apparently a case where the quarter was simply not a high priority for many years so the early quarters are a tough collection to assemble. Things are much better for collectors when it comes to Seated Liberty quarters. They may be a collection that is nearly impossible to complete, but they are a collection where you can assemble a set with a lot of very interesting coins at very good prices.

The era of the early quarter was coming to an end in the mid 1830s. There were new steam presses being installed in the Mint that …

Full Article: Why Not Choose Seated Quarters? - NumisMaster.com

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