Standing Liberty quarter mintage figures

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The Standing Liberty quarter was minted from 1916 to 1932. In 1917, the obverse was altered to cover Liberty's exposed breast. The arrangement of stars on the reverse was also changed. In 1925, the design was modified again, this time recessing the date in order to increase resistance from wear.

Obverse Reverse
The Type 1 Standing Liberty quarter (1916-1917)
Standing Liberty Quarter Type1 1917S Obverse.png Standing Liberty Quarter Type1 1917S Reverse.png
 
The Type 2 Standing Liberty quarter (1917-1924)
Standing Liberty Quarter Type2 1924D Obverse.png Standing Liberty Quarter Type2 1924D Reverse.png
 
The modified Type 2 Standing Liberty quarter (1925-1930)
Standing Liberty Quarter Type2m 1926 Obverse.png Standing Liberty Quarter Type2m 1926 Reverse.png
Date Mint mark Mintage[1]
1916   52,000
1917 type I   8,740,000
1917 type I D 1,509,200
1917 type I S 1,952,000
1917 type II   13,880,000
1917 type II D 6,224,400
1917 type II S 5,552,000
1918   14,240,000
1918 D 7,380,000
1918 S 11,072,000
1919   11,324,000
1919 D 1,944,000
1919 S 1,836,000
1920   27,860,000
1920 D 3,586,400
1920 S 6,380,000
1921   1,916,000
1923   9,716,000
1923 S 1,360,000
1924   10,920,000
1924 D 3,112,000
1924 S 2,860,000
1925   12,280,000
1926   11,316,000
1926 D 1,716,000
1926 S 2,700,000
1927   11,912,000
1927 D 976,000
1927 S 396,000
1928   6,336,000
1928 D 1,627,600
1928 S 2,644,000
1929   11,140,000
1929 D 1,358,000
1929 S 1,764,000
1930   5,632,000
1930 S 1,556,000

References[edit]

  1. ^ Yeoman, p. 168-169

Bibliography[edit]

Yeoman, R.S. (2010). A Guide Book of United States Coins (63rd ed.). Atlanta, GA: Whitman Publishing, LLC. ISBN 0-7948-2767-5.