Standing Liberty

Hunk-a-lead

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Yesterday's after work hunt was successful. The Standing Liberty Quarter is almost worn slick (but I think she's purty). A Rosie, a silver plated spoon, 1 wheatie, 1 MO tax token, 2 keys, 1 hem weight, 1 button, 1 buckle and 30 cents clad. Thanks for peeking and HH.
 

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Gare

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Very nice find Thank you so very much for sharing !!!
 

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Here's a comparison of the rivets: 30 vs. 16
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It appears the OP's coin may be Type 1. (1916)

Here's an interesting site that discusses the history and differences of the 1916 and 1917 SLQ.
Don.....
 

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Nicely DONE Mackaydon !!!! Thanks for helping !!
 
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The Variety 1 Standing Liberty has hair at the back of the head that comes to a point. The Variety 2 has hair at the back of the head that is more rounded and points downward. Yours has the pointed hair which makes it a Variety 1 1916 or 1917. Nice find.
way cool, thanks miserman
 

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