Multicolored George - 1957 SILVER PROOF QUARTER

in LeoFinance11 days ago


It Took a Bit to Get This

After many attempts to get the colors and reflection just right, this one was the best in focus and reflective shot of this 1957 Silver Proof Quarter.

It has some flaws, but the shine is very nice and all the details are there. It's certainly a proof and looks very good for his age.


This is my second favorite, it isn't in focus as well, but the colors are interesting to me. In person, according to the naked eye, the tiny specs of tarnish are invisible, but they show up in the photograph.

I hope you enjoyed my amateur coin photography!


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You don’t use gloves for numismatics?

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It depends on the coin!

Beautiful. @ironshield!

Yes, I find many coins difficult to photograph too especially Proofs without cameo.

A nice shot of this quarter to pick up most of the details.

Thanks for sharing @ironshield