Coin Specifications

Category: Barber Quarters (1892-1916)
Mint: San Francisco
Mintage: 1,858,585
Obverse Designer: Charles E. Barber
Reverse Designer: Charles E. Barber
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.9000
Weight: 6.2500g
ASW: 0.1808oz
Melt Value: $3.11 (10/19/2017)
Diameter: 24.3mm
Edge: Reeded
Link to this coin

1900 S 25C MS obverse 1900 S 25C MS reverse


  
Expand All    Collapse All

Description & Analysis

The 1900-S issue comprised the majority of quarter dollars shipped to The Philippines during the early years of the Philippine Insurrection against American forces following the Spanish-American War. These circulated for just a few years before being replaced in 1903 with a unique coinage for the islands. The retired coins were tucked away by Filipinos as a store of value and were later repatriated during the 1950s-60s. As a consequence, the 1900-S quarter is very common in XF, though nearly all of these survivors have been cleaned with varying degrees of harshness. Mint State examples are very scarce, with gems being nearly unknown.

The majority of 1900-S quarters have the 1/2 hub pairing, but this issue is also known paired 2/3. As with the hub varieties from Philadelphia and New Orleans, collectors have shown little interest in collecting both combinations. There are no other varieties beyond a very minor repunched mintmark.

GRADE SUMMARY

Loading... Working...

Use the scroll bar at the bottom of this box to view a summary of the NGC Price Guide, NGC Census, Auction Prices Realized and NGC Registry Scores for each grade.

There was no data found for this Coin.

Select Designation

 
NGC PRICE GUIDE
NGC CENSUS*
AUCTION PRICES REALIZED
NGC REGISTRY
SCORE
FIND IT ON EBAY

Select Grade

*To view the Census details for this coin, please sign in or sign up.

Price Guide

Last Updated: 8/25/2016

Click on a price to see historical prices, comparison charts and trends.

1900 S 25C MS
  GVGFVFXF505355586061626364656667686970
Base $ 12.00 17.00 40.00 70.00 125 170 190 250 345 460 510 775 1100 2150 5400 7200 15000 - - -
$ - - 210 275 380 - - - - - 6000 9000 - -

NGC Price and Value Guides Disclaimer

Census

 
NGC GRADE SUMMARY

Total Graded: 133
Low Grade: G
Average Grade: 55
High Grade: 67


Upcoming Auctions


Auction Prices Realized

A random selection of coins is shown below.

Images
Date
Service
Grade
Auction House
Sale / Lot
Price
3/21/1998 PCGS MS 66   Heritage Auctions 1998 Mid-Winter ANA Signature Sale #184, 184/Lot# 5886 $5,462.50
1/15/2007 NGC MS 62   David Lawrence Rare Coins Internet Auction # 122, 127/Lot# 563 $506.00
10/9/2011 NGC VF 20   Teletrade Auction 3151, 3151/Lot# 1809 $53.00
8/26/2012 PCGS F 15   GreatCollections GreatCollections Coin Auctions 08/26/2012, 37/Lot# 69830 $57.20
6/22/2014 PCGS Genuine AU   Heritage Auctions Internet Coin Auction Session(2), 131426/Lot# 20467 $90.00
8/1/2014 NGC XF 45   Stack's Bowers iAuction 3493, 6044/Lot# 20116 $70.50
9/14/2014 PCGS AU 58   Heritage Auctions Internet Coin Auction Session(2), 131438/Lot# 27852 $264.38
8/21/2016 PCGS AU 58   Heritage Auctions Internet Coin Auction Session(2), 131635/Lot# 30069 $282.00


NGC Registry

NGC Registry Score 1900 25C MS S Prooflike
 PrAgGVGFVF4045505355586061626364656667686970
Base45546716326539547755166377499011381258139318432754398447446023672673177960
485899197308422502588700846103911781303154321473164423751706257692375310
000000502588700846103911781303154321473164423751706257692300
000000526626737918108912181348169324503574449155976492712000
1900 25C MS S
 PrAgGVGFVF4045505355586061626364656667686970
Base37455915124836643751562071793310811193132117532643381745655836647370457669
40509018328739046355065278998211181236146520503034406649896048666472530
00000046355065278998211181236146520503034406649896048666400
000000489585685861103211561278160923463426431654126261685400
Registry Image Gallery
Grade: MS 64
Points: 2643
Owner: pulver set
 
Grade: MS 64
Points: 2643
Owner: Srotag
 
View the Registry Image Gallery

Related Articles

USA Coin Album: America's Coinage Abroad, Part Two

5/6/2010 — There's been little research done on the circulation of USA coins in other countries, so David W. Lange casts some light on this still-intriguing topic. Read on for part two.
View full article >


NGC Auction Central Disclaimer