1927 Standing Liberty Quarter >>>>> grade? value?

Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by cpb614, Aug 8, 2012.

  1. cpb614

    cpb614 Member

    Hello everyone, I found this Quarter in the box of misc coins of my new collection.

    I do not know a lot about it, can anyone help with the grade and value?

    Any help would be appreciated..

    Thank you
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  3. mikenoodle

    mikenoodle The Village Idiot

  4. jloring

    jloring Senior Citizen

    And worth about $5.00 melt value, maybe a little more on eBay.
  5. BooksB4Coins

    BooksB4Coins Newbieus Sempiterna

    Unfortunately, it would be tough to pull any premium over melt, but it's long been my opinion that if one is going to hold junk silver, it might as well be so-called "better" junk (low grade SLQ over an early 60's Washington as an example). Grade-wise, the obverse could arguably be labeled VG, but is brought down by the reverse which is G at best.
  6. mikenoodle

    mikenoodle The Village Idiot

    I agree whole-heartedly with this sentiment.

    Not so much with this one.

    I'd be careful grading this a VG. The rims are worn almost if not completely down to the letters. That would be more typical of a coin that grades AG. So IMHO, even grading this a solid G is pushing the envelope.
  7. BooksB4Coins

    BooksB4Coins Newbieus Sempiterna

    This explanation much better than my overgeneralized one (thank you). The point I was trying to make was more with how such a coin would/could be offered, and less with its technical grade. While you are (of course) correct, I would be surprised to see this coin selling (stand alone) labeled as an AG. As with most anything raw, the "should be" and "would be" rarely match.. if you know what I mean. :)
  8. cpb614

    cpb614 Member

    Thank you for the input...
  9. Stang1968

    Stang1968 Member

    Looks to have been polished at one point, too.
  10. cpb614

    cpb614 Member

    Can I ask you to please point out what it is about the coin that makes it look like it was polished..

    Thank you
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