Quarter Eagles - Classic Head
 DATEGRADEDESCRIPTIONPRICE
1838   $2.50NGC AU-58 $ 1895
1838  $2.50PCGS MS-62 6610

Quarter Eagles - Liberty
 DATEGRADEDESCRIPTIONPRICE
1843-O Small Date $2.50PCGS XF-40 $ 335
1843-O Small Date $2.50PCGS AU-53 520
1844 D  $2.50NGC AU-58 4545
1847   $2.50NGC AU-55 920
1856 C  $2.50NGC AU-58 5120
1857 D  $2.50NGC AU-58 6440
1857 D  $2.50NGC MS-60 10925
1858   $2.50NGC MS-60 950
1879 S  $2.50NGC MS-60 1550
1905  $2.50PCGS MS-66 1035
1906  $2.50PCGS MS-66 1065
1907  $2.50PCGS MS-63 475

Quarter Eagles - Liberty, Proof
 DATEGRADEDESCRIPTIONPRICE
1890  $2.50PCGS PR-61 $ 5465

Quarter Eagles - Indian Head
 DATEGRADEDESCRIPTIONPRICE
1911-D  $2.50PCGS AU-58 grey: 4900$ 4715
1911 D  $2.50NGC MS-61 Grey 72006065
1912  $2.50PCGS MS-64 1895
1914   $2.50NGC MS-61 490

Quarter Eagles - Indian Head, Proof
 DATEGRADEDESCRIPTIONPRICE
1910   $2.50NGC PF-66 NGC Guide: 43500, grey: 40000$ 39100



Facts


Designed by Christian Gobrecht including an adaptation of the Reich-Kneass eagle reverse. Also known as a "Liberty" $2.50 or Quarter Eagle, this series had the longest run of any US type coin without major modification.

Dr. William Bigelow conceived the idea of making coins with the main designs in relief, yet sunk below the coin's surfaces. After gaining the approval of his good friend, President Roosevelt, Bigelow persuaded Bela Lyon Pratt to submit designs for a new quarter eagle and half eagle using this technique. The result is two of the most striking designs in all of American numismatics.