Last quarter I reported that the low and high leaf Wisconsin quarters were selling around the same price level. This quarter the prices have lowered. Still, hundreds of these listed remain unsold. The High Leafs are suppose to be the rarest. The price variance between the high and low are very close if sold raw. Last quarter it was reported that the low Leaf raw coins sold for less in uncirculated than the circulated. This quarter the spread is normal, however both grades lost value. In circulated grade, the low leaf brought a higher price than the high leaf.
Here are records of recent sales on eBay from July 1, 2010 to September 30, 2010.