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1936 Washington Quarter MS-66 PCGS
1936 Washington Quarter MS-66 PCGS
$144.99
Any Quantity
Grade Mintage Population
41,300,000 742
1939 Washington Quarter MS-66 NGC
1939 Washington Quarter MS-66 NGC
$79.99
Any Quantity
Grade Mintage Population
33,540,000 901
1940 Washington Quarter MS-67 PCGS
1940 Washington Quarter MS-67 PCGS
$559.00
Any Quantity
Grade Mintage Population
35,704,000 147
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1941-S Washington Quarter MS-67 NGC
1941-S Washington Quarter MS-67 NGC
$439.99
Any Quantity
Grade Mintage Population
16,080,000 97
1941-D Washington Quarter MS-65 NGC
1941-D Washington Quarter MS-65 NGC
$64.99
Any Quantity
Grade Mintage Population
16,714,800 562
1942-S Washington Quarter MS-64 NGC
1942-S Washington Quarter MS-64 NGC
$129.99
Any Quantity
Grade Mintage Population
0 19,384,000 460

Washington Quarter Dollars (1932-1998)

Originally created in 1932 to commemorate the birthday of America’s first president were intended to be a commemorative issue and not a regular issue coin. The U.S. government held a public contest to select the one-year coin design.

Washington Quarters Key Dates

Two versions of the Washington Quarters series are considered key dates. The original 1932-D design, created by sculptor John Flanagan, is prized by collectors as being one of the most important from the entire series. The obverse shows the now-famous portrait of George Washington in profile, with the reverse depicts a stately eagle clenching a bundle of arrows above olive branches. The 1932-S Washington Quarters feature the same design, but the “S” mint mark was used to indicate that they were produced in San Francisco. Coins from both of these key dates were struck from 90 percent Silver. Some key date Washington Quarters include:
  • 1932-D
  • 1932-S
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