There are few areas in the market that offer better value than No Motto Seated Quarters and I am especially fond of the Philadelphia quarters from the 1840's. This choice, fresh example shows light russet-gold centers that are framed by flashes of fiery apricot-gold at the borders. There are a few scattered marks in the obverse fields that limit the grade but this is among the few 1845 quarters that I have seen that weren't either bright white from a recent dipping or dark and full of friction. Only four PCGS MS63's have sold at auction since 2000 and the last coin to trade was Heritage 9/08: 1512 that brought $1,783. Exceptional value at under $2,000!