1930 Standing Liberty Quarter "Extra Drapery" (teardrop cud) variety. Mint State 60 Grade (or thereabouts). The piece being offered is a sharp looking example of what has come to be known as the 1930 "Extra Drapery" variety. In detail; there is a raised area to the left of the first and second stars under the W of WE. The raised area appears to be part of the gown at the bottom of Lady Liberty's left leg. The extra drapery can be seen without magnification. This variety was featured in a "Collector's Clearinghouse" column that appeared in COIN WORLD a number of years ago. It is also listed in the excellent reference guide, "Standing Liberty Quarter Varieties and Errors" authored by SLQ specialist Robert H. Knauss, and indexed as K-0124. Both the obverse and reverse are blast white with original surfaces. This coin, as best as I can tell, has NEVER been cleaned. Grading is subjective. Please examine the attached photos to formulate your own opinion in regard to grade.
The seller is a long time collector of 55 years, a contributor to the Cherrypickers' Guide, and a member in good standing with CONECA since 1998.
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