|Content: .25 toz||Fineness: 24 karats|
|Weight: .2727 toz||Diameter: 22mm|
The first gold quarter from the United States Mint, and second in a 3-coin series commemorating the 1916 Mercury Dime, Standing Liberty Quarter, and Walking Liberty Half Dollar!
Part of the 1916 renaissance in American coinage the Standing Liberty Quarter was designed by Hermon MacNeil and issued as a replacement for the Barber design that had been unpopular with the public.
These gold commemoratives are the first and only Standing Liberty Quarters struck at the West Point Mint and the second lowest mintage of any Standing Liberty Quarter ever!
Unlike the original issues, which were composed of 90% silver and 10% copper, each these beautiful commemoratives has been struck in ¼ oz. of lustrous 24k gold!
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