1916 Standing Liberty Quarter NGC MS66FH
The Standing Liberty Quarter, designed by Hermon A. MacNeil, was struck from 1916 to 1930. This specific example was struck in the first year of issue at the Philadelphia Mint and is graded in Mint State 66 FH condition. The FH designation, standing for Full Head, indicates that this example features a fully struck head of Lady Liberty. Out of every 1916 Standing Liberty Quarter struck, only 45 examples have been graded in MS66 FH condition and just 12 graded higher. With a miniscule mintage of 52,000 examples and an even lower MS66 FH population, this 1916 Standing Liberty Quarter is an Absolute and Condition Rarity.
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|Series||Standing Liberty Quarter|
|Composition||90% Silver, 10% Copper|
|Population in Grade||45|
|Finer Known Examples||12|
Absolute and Condition Rarity