3rd Party Firms
Uncirculated:
eBay
Uncirculated:
PCGS
Uncirculated:
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Specification for: 1912 Quarter, CAM (Proof)
Edge: Reeded
Mint: Philadelphia
Metal: 90% Silver, 10% Copper
Weight: 6.30 grams
Mintage: 700
Designer: Charles E. Barber
Diameter: 24.30 millimeters
Series: Barber Quarters 1892-1915
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Grade:
Est.:

$3,840.00
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$2,585.00
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$7,050.00
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$4,431.14
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33
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$146,227.63
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**Top Number: 3rd Party Firms **Bottom Number: eBay

Explore other coin variants from the same year and denomination. The table below provides eBay sales, third-party auction results, and PCGS price guides in three tabs for easy comparison.

Coin Name Min Circulated Price Max Circulated Price Min Uncirculated Price Max Uncirculated Price
1912 Quarter (Regular Strike) $3.25 $219.00 $130.00 $875.00
1912-S Quarter (Regular Strike) $10.10 $667.09 $523.66 $2,441.00
1912 Quarter (Proof) - - $385.00 $1,800.00
Coin Name Min Circulated Price Max Circulated Price Min Uncirculated Price Max Uncirculated Price
1912 Quarter (Regular Strike) $18.00 $282.00 $3.50 $16,450.00
1912-S Quarter (Regular Strike) $45.00 $1,200.00 $21.00 $13,200.00
1912 Quarter (Proof) $196.00 $1,380.00 $2.60 $84,000.00
1912 Quarter, DCAM (Proof) - - $6,600.00 $11,000.00
Coin Name Min Circulated Price Max Circulated Price Min Uncirculated Price Max Uncirculated Price
1912 Quarter (Proof) $330.00 $410.00 $500.00 $90,000.00
1912-S Quarter (Regular Strike) $15.00 $525.00 $550.00 $25,000.00
1912 Quarter (Regular Strike) $12.00 $315.00 $350.00 $16,500.00
1912 Quarter, DCAM (Proof) - - $13,500.00 $13,500.00

Coins listed have various mint marks and designations indicating where they were minted and if they are special strikes. To learn more about what the different mint marks and designations mean, please refer to our Mint Mark Chart and Coin Designation Reference Chart.

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Price Based on eBay Sales and Third-Party Auction Results

Grade Impact Analysis

Auction Platform Grade Lowest Price Highest Price Average Price
3rd Party Firms MS-68 $7,343.75 $19,975.00 $11,582.69
3rd Party Firms MS-67+ $7,931.25 $8,625.00 $8,278.13
3rd Party Firms MS-67 $2,585.00 $7,050.00 $4,431.14
3rd Party Firms MS-66+ $3,120.00 $3,290.00 $3,194.17
3rd Party Firms MS-66 $1,440.00 $4,888.00 $2,995.50
3rd Party Firms MS-65+ $1,020.00 $3,120.00 $1,850.00
3rd Party Firms MS-65 $990.00 $2,185.00 $1,455.13
3rd Party Firms MS-64 $835.00 $1,495.00 $1,109.61
eBay MS-64 $950.00 $1,241.00 $1,105.67
eBay MS-63 $770.01 $770.01 $770.01
3rd Party Firms MS-63 $529.00 $788.00 $692.75
3rd Party Firms MS-62 $492.00 $690.00 $591.00
  • 3rd Party Firms: These are reputable auction houses and dealers specializing in rare coins, such as A. H. Baldwin & Sons Ltd and Stack’s. They provide trustworthy services for buying and selling collectible coins.
  • Grade: This indicates the coin’s condition, ranging from Poor (P-1) to Mint State (MS-70). Higher grades, like MS-65+, signify better-preserved coins, which typically have higher values. For more details, refer to the Grade/Coin Condition Chart.

This chart illustrates the relationship between the grade of an 1912 Quarter, CAM (Proof) and its price. The data is plotted with the grade on the x-axis and the price in dollars ($) on the y-axis.

  • X-Axis (Grade): Represents the condition of the coin, from highest quality on the left to lower quality on the right. Higher grades indicate better preservation and minimal wear.
  • Y-Axis (Price $): Shows the price in dollars. This reflects the coin’s value at different grades.

Coin Condition Analysis

** Note: Prices are based on 101 auction/sold records from eBay and various 3rd party firms.

Auction House Analysis

The pie chart breaks down the market share of various auction houses for selling the 1912 Quarter, CAM (Proof) coin. Heritage Auctions dominates with 65.35% share, followed by Legend Rare Coin Auctions / Stack's Bowers with 8.91% / 7.92% appearances respectively..

Price Trend Over Time

  • X-Axis (Year): Represents the years from 2002 to 2023.
  • Y-Axis (Left, Price $): Shows the average auction price in dollars.
  • Y-Axis (Right, Auction Frequency): Indicates the number of auctions held each year.

Price Based on PCGS Estimation

Grade Impact Analysis

Grade Price Grade Price Grade Price
MS-68 $25,000.00 MS-67+ $9,500.00 MS-67 $6,000.00
MS-66+ $4,000.00 MS-66 $3,500.00 MS-65+ $3,150.00
MS-65 $2,400.00 MS-64+ $1,900.00 MS-64 $1,325.00
MS-63+ $1,175.00 MS-63 $975.00 MS-62+ $900.00
MS-62 $850.00 MS-61 $700.00 MS-60 $575.00

** Note: These prices are based on the PCGS Price Guide, which tends to list higher values compared to most eBay sold prices for the same grade.

Coin Condition Analysis

Coin Condition Lowest Price Highest Price Average Price
Mint State $575.00 $25,000.00 $4,130.00

** Note: These prices are based on the PCGS Price Guide.

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