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2016 SP70 ANACS FDOI LE Standing Liberty Gold Quarter

2016 SP70 ANACS FDOI LE 477 Standing Liberty 24K Gold Centennial Quarter

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Overview & Details

2016 SP70 ANACS FDOI LE 477 Standing Liberty 24K Gold Centennial Quarter
Lady Liberty ... she symbolizes freedom. And, she's come to symbolize the United States, itself. This year, the United States Mint celebrates 100 years of Lady Liberty coins. This particular centennial quarter is 24K gold. It's a First Day of Issue with a very limited edition of only 477. Get your lady in gold, today!

What You Get

  • 2016 Standing Liberty 24K gold centennial quarter
  • Wooden display box
  • Certificate of authenticity

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The Key Specs

Coin Grade/Condition: SP70 ANACS
Mint Mark: West Point Mint
Packaging: Encapsulated

Coin 1

Obverse: Depicts Liberty holding a shield and olive branch as she steps through an opening in a wall bearing 13 stars. Inscriptions are "LIBERTY," "IN GOD WE TRUST," "AU 24K," "1/4 oz.," and "2016"
Reverse: Depicts an eagle in flight flanked by 13 stars. Inscriptions are "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," "E PLURIBUS UNUM," and "QUARTER DOLLAR"
Composition: 24K gold
Diameter: Approx. 21.9mm (0.866") in diameter each
Weight: Approx. 7.776 grams (1/4 oz.)

The Basics - Box

Measurements: Approx. 4"W x 5-3/8"L x 1-1/5" Deep


2016 Standing Liberty centennial quarter  
  • Celebrates the original liberty quarter design by famed sculptor, Hermon A. MacNeil
  • First struck in 1916

Approx. 99.99% 24K gold
  • Precious-metal coin

First Day of Issue; Limited Edition of 477
  • This coin has the distinction of being a First Day of Issue
  • However, only 477 First Day of Issue coins are available. When they are gone, no more coins can be certified as First Day of Issue

Highest rating of SP70
  • Independently graded by ANACS to be Specimen 70 (SP70) coin

  • Helps protect the coin's' condition during storage and display

Wooden window box
  • Provides for display, storage or gift giving


2016 SP70 ANACS FDOI LE 477 Standing Liberty 24K Gold Centennial Quarter

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  • So beautiful

    What a beautiful coinKeep up the good work

    coinfinder, CA
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  • Standing Liberty 24K Gold Centennial Quarter

    This coin is an outstanding offer. I feel it will only increase in value. Thank you.

    johnm618, PA
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  • Nice but Pricey

    The coin is actually very nice but I feel that certain coin prices could be lowered considerably. The Certificate of Authenticity seems to be very generic. It could be assigned to any other coin because there is no description on what is being authenticated.

    John-2, NY
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  • over priced

    the product is NOT exclusive to HSN, it is available on CSN for 100 dollars cheaper, and the coin vault has the PCGS SP70 version for 300 dollars cheaper

    revbob55, NC
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