The reverse designs were very similar to the earlier Czechoslovak coins.
Unlike many earlier coins, the Washington quarter struck exceptionally well, bringing out its full details.
The names on the earliest coins are so abbreviated as to be unidentifiable.
However, early coins of centas still bear the old Zikaras' design.
The earliest coins featuring Vytis date from the second half of the 14th century.
Precious metals from which early coins were made, fall into this second category.
He has written "works about early American coins and paper money considered the standards on their subjects" as well as hundreds of articles.
In some ways the most interesting and valuable of all early American coins.
Some early coins appear quite worn in mint state, due to striking problems.
On earlier coins, the head was much smaller in relation to the size of the coin.