There were clearly roll quantities in existence at that time, and 1926-D remains one of the most plentiful of SLQs at the MS level. Nearly all of these coins, however, are quite poorly struck.
In fact, this date/mint is notorious as perhaps the most poorly made entry in the entire series, and certified FH coins are extremely rare. Like with most Denver Mint coins of the 1920s, die cracks are commonly seen. Gorgeous 1926-D Standing Liberty Quarter in a PCGS MS 64 Graded Slab Holder.
I do not crack out coins or mess with the grading services because I used to work for the largest one and have no love for the politics of it all. The item "1926 D Standing Liberty 25c Quarter PCGS MS 64 #S16" is in sale since Monday, June 15, 2020. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Quarters\Standing Liberty (1916-30)". The seller is "coinzio729" and is located in Lehi, Utah.
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