2016-W 25C “Centennial 100th Anniversary” American Gold Standing Liberty Quarter SP70 PCGS First Strike

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In 2016, the United States Mint decided to honor the centennial of three classic American coinage designs. The Standing Liberty quarter was the second to be honored.

The coin is a bit smaller than a regular-issue 1916 Standing Liberty quarter, with a diameter of 22mm versus 24.5mm. However, because is is struck in .9999 gold, the coin is heavier at 7.76g versus 6.25g for a normal quarter.


Introducing the 2016 Standing Liberty Quarter Centennial Gold Coin! This gold coin is an event that’s been 100 years in the making.

Beautifully struck in .9999 fine, 24-karat gold, this gold 2016 centennial anniversary release celebrates Hermon A. MacNeil’s original “Standing Liberty” quarter design. Each gold coin contains one-quarter troy ounce of 24-karat gold, symbolic of the coin’s denomination, and has a business strike finish.

The obverse (heads) features Liberty holding a shield and olive branch as she steps through an opening in a wall bearing 13 stars. Inscriptions are “LIBFSTY,” “IN GOD WE TRUST,” “AU 24K,” “1/4 oz.,” and “2016.”

The reverse (tails) depicts and eagle in flight flanked by 13 stars. Inscriptions are “UNITED STATES OF AMFSICA,” “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” and “QUARTFS DOLLAR.”

Additional information



Mint Mark

W – West Point


25C, Quarter

Sovereign Origin

United States


AU – Gold




Centenial Gold – 100th Anniversay, First Strike

Certification Service


Metal Content Weight

0.2500 troy oz.

Obverse Designer

Herman A. MacNeil

Reverse Designer

Herman A. MacNeil