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1867-S Liberty Head $2.5 Gold Quarter Eagles ICG EF45

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1867-S Liberty Head $2.5 Gold Quarter Eagles ICG EF45

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Why add this San Francisco struck 1867 $2.5 Gold Liberty Head Quarter Eagle coin to your collection?

The longest running design minted on the U.S. quarter eagle denomination ($2.50) was the Liberty Head created by Christian Gobrecht. Over the lifetime of the series, which spanned from 1840 until 1907, the coin was produced at five different U.S. Mint facilities. Measuring 18 mm in diameter, this example was struck at the San Francisco Mint from .900 fine gold more than 150 years ago, in 1867! Final mintage of the 1867-S Liberty Head Gold Quarter Eagle is reported to be 28,000.

Beautiful Depiction of Lady Liberty

The obverse features a left facing profile image of Lady Liberty, her knotted hair entwined with a string of pearls and her head adorned with a coronet inscribed "LIBERTY." The image is surrounded by thirteen stars, with "1867" below.

The reverse depicts an eagle grasping an olive branch and three arrows, with a striped shield at its breast, encircled by the inscriptions "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" and "2 1/2 D." The San Francisco Mint mark "S" appears beneath the intersection of the branch and arrows.

Extremely Fine Mid-19th Century Gold Coin

This 1867-S Liberty Head $2.5 Gold Quarter Eagle coin was submitted to Independent Coin Graders (ICG) for review and deemed to be in Extremely Fine (EF45) condition. Encapsulated in a labeled ICG holder, expect the coin to possess complete design details and lettering, with high points slightly flattened.

Make this 1867-S Liberty Head Gold Quarter Eagle coin your next purchase from MCM!


Year of Issue:1867
Mint:U.S. Mint
Mint Mark:S
Branch:San Francisco
Grading Service:ICG
Grade:EF45
Composition:Gold
Purity:0.900
Diameter:18 mm
Mintage:28,000