1983-P Washington Quarter MS-64 PCGS (Mint Error, Broadstruck)

1983-P Washington Quarter MS-64 PCGS (Mint Error, Broadstruck)

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This is a neat coin with a clean and lustrous look. Labeled as a Mint Error - Broadstruck out of collar by PCGS.

Product Highlights:
  • Mint Error Broadstruck out of collar.
  • Graded MS-64 by PCGS guarantees and protects the condition of the coin.
  • Obverse: Left facing profile of George Washington, designed by John Flanagan.
  • Reverse: Features a bald eagle perched with its wings spread. Surrounding the eagle is "United States of America, and "Quarter Dollar."

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Originally minted as a one year commemorative coin to celebrate the bicentennial of President George Washington's birth, the Washington Quarter displaced the Standing Liberty Quarter in 1932. This first year of issue coin was designed by John Flanagan after much ado surrounding a contest shrouded in controversy. Many believe though Laura Gardin Fraser's design was far superior, her design was passed over due purely to the fact that she was a woman. There were no quarters minted in 1933, but the Washington quarter has been minted every year since 1934.

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