I have an MS-64 1859 Lib Stnd Quarter. The coin features light obverse and
reverse clash marks. Also, the strike is quite outstanding (Very heavy wire
rims both obverse and reverse). It is a very early die state example,
minted from nicely prepared dies, which shows all of the finer details on
both the obverse and reverse. The luster is very attractive and uniform.
I consider this to be an exceptional example.
I was wondering if any of my RCC friends could help me out a bit. I am not
very familiar with this series in general. Are these type of attributes
common??? If my description is correct, is this an exceptional or typical
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Robert Julian Jr.
Lincoln Cent Collector