Silver Proof Washington Quarters 90% Silver *Random Date* (Impaired)

This item is impaired and may include any of the following issues: scratches, milk spots, toning, fingerprints, broken capsule or missing capsule. This item needs to be purchased with the understanding that this is a damaged item and returns/exchanges will not be accepted. As low as $2.70 per coin over spot!

90% proof fine silver. Purchase a roll of 40 coins (7.2336 oz) and receive the quarters in a secure plastic holder for safer storage.

VOLUME PRICES

QuantityCash/CheckCredit / PayPal
1 - 9$7.93$8.25
10 - 19$7.60$7.90
20 - 39$7.27$7.56
40 or more$6.93$7.21

40 in stock

QTY

Random Date *Impaired* 90% Proof Silver Washington Quarter. You will receive the 90% proof silver Washington quarter in a plastic flip. If you purchase a roll of 40 silver proof quarters, your items will come in a hard plastic tube. These coins were minted at the San Francisco mint.

Highlights

  • Random Date
  • Impaired
  • All of these coins may have slight to moderate flaws, including possible severely toned coins, hazed coins, scratched coins, and/or coins containing fingerprints.
  • Obverse: Features the head of George Washington facing left with inscriptions “Liberty” and “In God We Trust”.
  • Reverse: Features an eagle with outstretched wings, perched on a bundle of arrows with olive branches beneath. The inscriptions read “United States of America”, “E Pluribus Unum”, and “Quarter Dollar”.

History

The Washington Quarter was designed by John Flanagan, and originally introduced in 1932 to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the birth of George Washington. Although the coin was only intended to be issued for one year, the design proved so popular that it continued to be used in the following years. A modified version of the obverse continues to be used to this day for the twenty-five cent denomination.

The long running series has been produced at the Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco Mints. The original composition of 90% silver and 10% copper was used from 1932 to 1964 before being replaced with the copper nickel clad composition. Mintages have ranged widely over the years, with widespread circulation throughout the United States. After the introduction of the State Quarters Program in 1999, the series gained more attention and prices for many issues also rose.

Washington Quarters have two primary key date coins, the 1932-D and 1932-S issues, which had mintages of just over 400,000. The highest mintage occurred in 1965 when more than 1.8 billion quarters were struck. This was the first clad composition issue of the series, which was actually struck at multiple mint facilities without using mint marks.

Product ID: 2210099999
Year Released: Varies
Origin: United States Mint
Metal Composition: Silver
Face Weight: 0.18084 troy oz
Standardized Weight: 0.18084 oz
Purity: 0.9
First Strike: 1
Signature Series: 1
Denomination: 25 cents
Mint Mark: S
Diameter: 24.26 mm
Thickness: 1.75 mm
Impaired: 1

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