1917 TYPE I PCGS MS 64FH Full Head Standing Liberty Silver Quarter. CONTENT: 1917 Standing Liberty Quarter, Full Head PCGS MS64FH Type I. In mid-year 1917, a major modification occurred in the entire design, with the head detail totally changed. Now there is a distinctive helmet-like cap with a three-leaved (or sprigged), wreath; an outline that runs down the face and curves back below the ear; hair detail that is cordlike; and a lower hair curl.Sometimes, in a less complete strike, this curl merges with the hairline, and leaves only a small, round hole for an ear. For the FH designation, 90 to 100 percent of the detail intended must be present.
In most cases, this means there must be three complete and distinct leaves present (they must be separate from each other and the other details of the hair, with only the slightest blending); the hairline must be distinct all the way around the face; the hair detail will be distinct, although some slight weakness or blending is allowed; and the lower hair curl, or in the case of a slightly weaker strike the ear hole, must be visible. If any of the above is not present to the degree specified, the Full Head designation will not be assigned.
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