PCGS 1929-S Standing Liberty Quarter Struck 10% Off-Center MS-63


This is a 1929-S standing liberty quarter which is struck 10% off-center in the 9 O'Clock position. Some of the design and lettering are missing, and the coin has only a few minor traces of reeding. A superb example of a SLQ off-center due to it's high grade and the obvious nature of the off-center strike.

Standing liberty quarters are rarely found struck off-center, and many have wear or problems. When nice examples come on the market, they always command strong premiums due to their extreme rarity and the popularity of the design. Because of the rarity and popularity, this is not a coin you can find for sale when you want it, but instead you have to wait until it comes onto the market when a collector finally decides to sell.

PCGS MS-63 with lustrous surfaces, with flecks of golden toning across the coin on both sides, and fully original surfaces. There is a counting wheel mark on the obverse which has been toned over. A beautiful coin and real eye-catcher.