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The Standing Liberty Quarter is a 25-cent coin that was struck by the United States Mint from 1916 to 1930. It succeeded the Barber quarter, which had been minted since 1892. Featuring the goddess of Liberty on one side and an eagle in flight on the other, the coin was designed by American sculptor Hermon Atkins MacNeil. In circulation, the coin's date wore away quickly, and Mint engravers modified the design in 1925 to address the issue. The Standing Liberty quarter was discontinued in 1931, a year in which no quarters were struck. 90% Silver and 10% Copper.

This example is has a bit more detail than some others but still quite circulated. Ungraded it does have a full date and all lettering is discernable if not sharp. At $9.50 it's an inexpensive filler for the hole in an album.

1927 P Standing Liberty Quarter, Circulated

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