Just last year a generic date PF69 Barber Dime traded hands for over $37,000 in auction. It had no Cameo or Ultra Cameo designation but because of some spirited bidding it eclipsed a number far greater than it had last sold for.
It seems to be catching on. Perfect is perfect. There is not a single pre-1933 era U.S. Coin to ever achieved a finer grade than MS or PF69. Very few opportunities are ever around to acquire one, and it’s clear to us that at the present valuation it’s a phenomenal deal in this marketplace and an outstanding coin to hold well into the future.
This is no Dime, of course, it’s a ferociously more collected Quarter. One of 735 struck and Tied at the Top for the Finest Known.
With a razor-sharp strike and heavily frosted devices with intensely mirrored, watery fields it is everything you should expect of a coin within this grade category. A phenomena repeated very seldom, and a tremendous acquisition for any exquisite collection of major American rarities.
PCGS Pop: 1/0 NGC Pop: 8/0
NGC Price Guide: 40,000