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Gold Standing Liberty Quarters

Originally struck from 1916 to 1930, the Standing Liberty quarter quickly became one of the most popular quarters ever struck from the United State's Mint. This year, collectors are eagerly awaiting the upcoming release of the Standing Liberty 2016 Centennial Gold Coin.

Choose the Standing Liberty Quarters in original Mint packaging or from coins graded by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) or the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS). We also offer many exclusive labels, including a 100th Anniversary label honoring the design, and a special facsimile label honoring the designer!

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2016-W ¼ oz. Gold Standing Liberty Quarter Centennial

As the second release in the three-coin 2016 Gold Centennial Coin series, the U.S. Mint is honoring Hermon A. MacNeil’s Standing Liberty Quarter! This quarter has been struck using ¼ oz. of .9999 (24-karat) fine gold. It has a slightly smaller diameter than the original quarter at 22 mm, and has a thickness of 1.63 mm. Dated “2016,” this coin is a legal tender of the United States for 25 cents. Unlike the Gold Mercury Dime Centennial that had 125,000 issues, only 100,000 Gold Standing Liberty Quarters Centennials have been struck.

The Standing Liberty Design used on this gold centennial is the original design created by Hermon A. Macneil for its first 1916 issue. It does not observe any of its later revisions. Like the Mercury Dime centennial, it denotes its gold content with an inscription, “AU 24K ¼ oz.” A specimen finish has been used, giving the gold a matte finish very similar to the business strike of the original 1916 quarters.