This is a newly discovered example of the rare and very desirable 1818 B-9 Quarter, struck in the late die state with the arrowheads and 25C showing in the field above Liberty. The obverse and reverse are toned in shades of medium gray. There are virtually no marks visible without a glass and very few visible under the toning with a 5X glass. The obverse has “claims to XF45” and the reverse has the typical weak strike on the left wing and eagle’s beak that makes it look a little more worn than it actually is. Overall it has a nice look for the PCGS XF40 grade.
|PCGS Coin Number||5322|
|Denomination Type||Capped Bust Quarter|
|Country of Origin||The United States of America|
|Grade Add On||NONE|