Bust Quarters
We just acquired a decent 1806 B-8 (R6) in PCGS Fine details, scratch.  We also have an 1821 B-6 (R7) in PCGS VF-30, an 1820 B-5 (R5) in PCGS MS-62, several nice small size quarters including XF's and AU's, plus a nice 1837 B-5 (R5) in PCGS MS-62!  We also have an 1806 B-4 in PCGS VF-20, an 1806 B-9 in PCGS VF-25, an 1807 B-2 in PCGS VF-25, an 1819 B-4 in PCGS G-6, an 1825 B-1 in PCGS VF-30, a PCGS-graded 1825 B-2 with the cud at arrows, a wonderfully toned 1831 B-5 in NGC MS-62 star with prooflike surfaces, an 1834 B-5 in PCGS AU-53, and two 1835 B-8's.  We believe we have the largest selection of Bust Quarters for sale (nearly 50) in the country!  We also have an 1825 B-1 in F-12, a gorgeous 1831 in XF-45, and a Reiver 1832 B-2.  We also have several of the rare 1806 varieties, incl. B-4 and B-7, a few 1818 B-9's (both with and without the arrows clash), two 1824/2, a few 1825 B-1's, 1825 B-2 with the cud at arrows in a middle die state and the retained cud state, several 1831's incl. B-7, and two 1834 B-5's.  There are 97 Browning varieties of Bust quarters, of which we have handled 94! 

BOOKS:  We have both books  Early Quarter Dollars of the United States Mint 1796 - 1838 by Rea, Peterson, Karoleff, and Kovach, and Early United States Quarters 1796 - 1838 by Tompkins.  Both books are excellent and you can read about them (and order) in our "Books" page. 

If you have any rare variety Bust Quarters for sale such as 1821 B-6, 1822 B-2, 1822 B-3, 1825/3 with "E" counterstamp, 1825 B-2 with a cud at the arrows on the reverse, or 1837 B-6, please offer them to us!

1805 B-4 R4- PCGS VG-10
Medium grey fields with lighter grey devices.
Price: $850
1806 B-4 PCGS VF-20
A difficult variety to find, especially in this grade. No auction records on this variety. It is possible that the B-4 variety is rarer than R4. Was $2,450.
Price Reduced
Price: $2,200
1806 B-4 R-4 VG-8 PCGS
Was $875.
Price Reduced
Price: $750
1806 B-7 R-5 PCGS Genuine, VF-20
scratches on shield. Was $3,700.
Price Reduced
Price: $2,000
1806 B-7 R-5 VG-10 obv ticks
Was $1,850.
Price Reduced
Price: $1,200
1806 B-8 Quarter R6 PCGS Fine details, scratched
But still a very acceptable example of this rare variety.
New
Price: $11,950
1806 B-9 PCGS VF-25
Was $2,300.
Price Reduced
Price: $2,100
1806 B-10 R5 PCGS G-6
Has the raised area between the wing and AMERICA (caused by sinking of the die) that is only on the B-10 variety. Was $1,000.
Price Reduced
Price: $825
1807 B-2 R3 PCGS VF-25
Obverse and reverse die stage 3 per Tompkins book. A nice coin, and a more difficult variety to find in this grade than you might think.
Price: $2,600
1807 B-2 R-3 PCGS VG-10
The 1807 B-2 is a much scarcer variety than the B-1.
Price: $1,000
1818 B-5 R4+ VF-20 or close
Was $675.
Price Reduced
Price: $600
1818 B-7 R-4 PCGS F-15
Was $775.
Price Reduced
Price: $675
1818 B-9 EDS R-5+ PCGS VG-8, choice
Was $995.
Price Reduced
Price: $900
1818 B-9 EDS R-5+ G-6, scratched,
cleaned. Was $375.
Price Reduced
Price: $330
1818 B-9 LDS PCGS VG-10
Was $1,650.
Price Reduced
Price: $1,450
1818 B-9 LDS R-6 VG-10/VG-8
Shows the arrows and "25 C." above the cap on the obverse. Was $2,400.
Price Reduced
Price: $1,200
1819 B-4 MDS PCGS VG-10
Was $725.
Price Reduced
Price: $650
1819 B-4 R4 PCGS G-6
Was $525.
Price Reduced
Price: $475
1820 B-1 R4 Large 0 PCGS G-6
Variety is stated on holder. Was $225.
Price Reduced
Price: $175
1820 Quarter B-5 R5 PCGS MS-62 Pittman
Nice rose toning on the portrait, with a hint of metallic green around the periphery on the obverse, with a bit less color on the reverse. A wonderful and rare coin! Was $17,000.
Price Reduced
Price: $15,500
1820 B-5 R5 F-15
A nice example of the tough B-5 variety, although the color is a bit uneven on the obverse.
Price: $1,600
1821 Quarter B-6 R7 PCGS VF-30
The 2nd rarest die variety in the Bust Quarter series, after the 1837 B-6. Which means that it is rarer than both 1827 varieties, the 1823/2, the 1822 25/50, the 1806 B-8 and the 1836 B-5. And this coin is a nice quality coin, a nice medium grey, with a few minor pinscratches, which were not bother PCGS. The 94th (of 96) die variety of Bust Quarters I have handled. We have posted this coin at our best price. Was $58,000.
Price Reduced
Price: $55,000
1825 Quarter B-1 PCGS VF-30
The much rarer 1825 B-1 is easily determined by the position of star 8. Was $2,850.
Price Reduced
Price: $2,200
1825 B-1 Fine-18
Was $2,250.
Price: $1,950
1825/4/2 B-1 VG-10
The rare B-1 variety. Was $1,550.
Price: $1,350
1825 B-1 R5 Good, obv. scratch
Was $495.
Price Reduced
Price: $325
1825 B-1 AG-3
The diagonstics of B-1 are clear (the position of star 8, and the spur off of the lowest arrow.) Was $299.
Price Reduced
Price: $169
1825 B-2 ANACS VF-20
Was $875.
Price Reduced
Price: $750
1825 B-2 PCGS VF-20 with start of cud
A fairly difficult to find state of this cud at arrows on the reverse. Was $1,250.
Price Reduced
Price: $1,000
1825 B-2 PCGS VG-8, cud
at arrows on the reverse. Die state c, stage 4 in the Rea book. Was $1,800.
Price Reduced
Price: $1,450
1825 B-2 VG-8+, retained cud
(late) die state of the cud at the arrows on the reverse. Was $1,750.
Price Reduced
Price: $1,100
1825 B-2 PCGS G-6, intermediate
die state of the cud at the arrows on the reverse. Was $1,600.
Price: $1,150
1831 B-1 R-3 PCGS AU-53
Very attractive stainless steel toning, somewhat prooflike, more so on the reverse. Was $1,550.
Price Reduced
Price: $1,450
1831 B-5 R-3 NGC MS-62 star toned
Awesome toning with prooflike surfaces on both sides. A gorgeous coin! Was $6,000.
Price Reduced
Price: $4,950
1831 B-6 R3 NGC AU-58 Reiver
Nice toning, nice lustre, and a great pedigree. What's not to like?
Price: $1,850
1831 B-6 R-4 PCGS VG-10
No one would argue against a Fine grade for this coin. Was $275.
Price Reduced
Price: $195
1831 B-7 R-5+ G/AG, rev damage
Was $599.
Price Reduced
Price: $429
1832 B-2 NGC XF-45 ex Reiver
Price: $775
1833 B-1 R2 ANACS MS-60
A coin with nice lustre that probably should grade higher. Die rust has caused lumps on both sides of the coin.
Price: $1,600
1834 B-2 R4 AU-50
Was $600.
Price Reduced
Price: $550
1834 B-2 R4 VF-20
Slightly dark, but original. Was $180.
Price Reduced
Price: $140
1834 B-5 R5 PCGS AU-53
Price: $2,250
1834 B-5 R-5 VF-20, marks
Was $300.
Price Reduced
Price: $250
1834 B-5 R-5 F-15 sm dig in front of neck, obv ticks
Was $325.
Price Reduced
Price: $165
1835 B-4 R4 NGC AU-50 Reiver
Die stage 4 per Tompkins book. A nice coin pedigreed to the Jules Reiver collection.
Price: $1,100
1835 B-8 R4+ PCGS VF-30
A nice mid-grade specimen of this tough-to-find variety.
Price: $775
1836 B-4 R4 AU-50, nice lustre w/ "H" cstp.
Was $475.
Price Reduced
Price: $425
1837 Quarter B-5 R5 PCGS MS-62
A very nice coin that is somewhat prooflike, especially on the reverse. Pictured in the Rea book.
Price: $6,500