Draped Bust Quarters

Draped Bust, Small Eagle (1796)

On September 17, 1796, George Washington delivered his now famous Farewell Address in which he cautioned that “it is our true policy to steer clear of permanent alliance with any portion of the foreign world.” This policy of “no entangling alliances,” as it became better known, was to be the dominant theme of American foreign policy for the next one hundred and fifty years, right up to the start of World War II.

At the same time, the fledgling Philadelphia Mint was preparing to manufacture a new denomination, the quarter dollar, authorized by the Mint Act of 1792. It would eventually be recognized and accepted throughout the world.

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1806 DRAPED BUST 25C, HERALDIC EAGLE MS62 PCGS

CHOICE SURFACES WITH A LIGHT AMBER GREENISH PATINA. CAC.
$27,500.00

1806 DRAPED BUST 25C, HERALDIC EAGLE MS64 PCGS

VERY CHOICE SURFACES. ONLY 5 GRADED HIGHER AT PCGS.
$39,500.00

1806 DRAPED BUST 25C, HERALDIC EAGLE MS64+ NGC

GEM, WELL STRUCK SURFACES WITHLIGHT ROSE-BLUE PATINA. JUST A HANDFUL GRADED HIGHER.
$38,500.00

1806 DRAPED BUST 25C, HERALDIC EAGLE MS65 PCGS

GEM WELL STRUCK SURFACES. TIED WITH TWO OTHER COINS FOR HIGHEST GRADED AT PCGS. CAC.
$132,500.00

1806 DRAPED BUST 25C, HERALDIC EAGLE MS65 PCGS

GEM WHITE FLASHEY LUSTROUS SURFACES. TIED FOR HIGHEST GRADED AT PCGS.
$110,000.00