1917-D Type One Quarter, MS66 Full Head Radiant Mint Luster. 1917-D 25C Type One MS66 Full Head PCGS. A thin veil of olive-gold color adds a degree of warmth to vibrant, silvery mint luster on each side of this beautifully preserved Premium Gem. The strike is boldly impressed, save for some minor softness on the leading edge of the eagle's left (facing) wing.A satiny representative with ample visual appeal. Population Data (7/14): Full Head representatives of this issue in MS66 are encountered with some frequency, but PCGS reports only 22 numerically finer representatives, while NGC has seen 26. Commentary: The Denver issue boasts the lowest mintage of all the 1917 Type One quarters (little more than 1.5 million pieces), but as with most branch mint issues throughout the series, Full Head representatives are significantly fewer in high grades than are those of the more available Philadelphia issue. Jay Cline estimates about 25% of the original Denver mintage was produced with Full Head detail, in comparison to 80% for Philadelphia. Weight: 6.25 grams Metal: 90% Silver, 10% Copper. The item "1917-D 25C Type One Standing Liberty MS66 Full Head PCGS. CAC" is in sale since Monday, December 3, 2018. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Quarters\Standing Liberty (1916-30)".
The seller is "tziki752" and is located in Miami, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.