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Washington Quarters (Rolls & Bags) (1932-1998)

40 80 120
Any quantity only $3.49 per oz over spot
These coins were used in commerce for about 35 years. Low premiums on these rolls make them attractive to Silver bullion investors.
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Any Qty $194.05 $202.14
This roll includes only coins dated 1955 to 1964. Each roll may have mixed years or all the same year determined by stock at hand.
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Any Qty $299.99 $312.49
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These Silver quarters were originally intended as a commemorative for the 200th anniversary of Washington's birth. It was accepted well by the American pub....
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Any Qty $1,940.51 $2,021.36
Any quantity only $3.49 per oz over spot
Buying 90% Silver Washington Quarters in quantity is a great way to add to your Silver bullion holdings! Enhance your portfolio with just one purchase.
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Any Qty $9,702.55 $10,106.82
These 40-coin rolls contain 7.23 ounces of Silver and consist of 1961-dated Washington Quarter Proofs.
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Washington Quarters

APMEX offers a superb selection of Washington Quarters in roll and bag quantities. The Washington quarters were originally created in 1932 to commemorate the birthday of America’s first president. They were originally intended to be a commemorative issue and not a regular issue coin.

Washington Quarter Design

The U.S. government held a public contest to select the one-year coin design.
Many felt the design by Laura Gardin Fraser, an accomplished sculptor and wife of the designer of the Buffalo nickel, James E. Fraser, would have been the best choice. The honor was given to John Flanagan, a former student of the famous sculptor, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, as his traditional design was selected. The key dates to this series are the 1932-D, 1932-S and the doubled die obverses and overdates.

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