1870-CC Seated Liberty Quarter vs. CRCI

The chart below enables you to see how the 1870-CC Seated Liberty quarter (in VF-20 grade) stacks up against the Collectors Rare Coin Index (abbreviated as CRCI).

The blue line represents the percentage increases/decreases of the 1870-CC Seated Liberty quarter. The red line is the percent fluctuations of the CRCI, calculated by the cumulative activity of all 100 coins tracked in the Index.

The percent scale on the left-hand side of the chart pertains to the blue and red lines. Both lines start in January 1990 at 100.00%.

For any of the 100 charted coins, compare its blue line to the red line to understand how it performed relative to the Index as a whole.

The $ dollar scale on the right-hand side makes it possible to study retail price variations of the 1870-CC Seated Liberty quarter over the same time period, as indicated by the gold color.

Interested in buying an example of the 1870-CC Seated Liberty quarter?  For your convenience, the eBay** preview directly below MAY show examples of this coin currently for sale, but THIS LINK does a more thorough search.

Hover over the chart to review the data in greater detail.

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**Many very fine coin dealers sell on eBay. At any point in time, there may be over one million search results for United States coins. This includes quite a few of the recommendations on our Key Date Coin List.

If you’re thinking about purchasing a rare coin, eBay is certainly worth a look. For your convenience, the links from this site to eBay are coded to bring up only coins certified by PCGS and NGC.

As is always, always the case, never buy a valuable coin from a seller whose trustworthiness cannot be verified. Learn more about this at our chapter Best Places to Buy Coins, which also has a section on doing business on eBay.

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