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Designed by John Flanagan, the Washington Quarter was released in 1932 to celebrate the bicentennial of George Washington’s birth, and the design is found on quarters to this day. The obverse design features a portrait of the first President of the United States, George Washington. The reverse features an eagle with wings spread, standing on a bundle of arrows with two olive sprays beneath it.Silver Coin Packaging:
Coins are packaged in a tightly sealed roll.Silver Coin History:
Quarter Silver coins, such as Silver Washington Quarters, were composed of .900 fine Silver since they were introduced to the market in the 1790s and until 1965 when the Coinage Act of 1965 mandated the use of a Copper-nickel alloy. Before Washington Silver Quarters, the design of the U.S. Silver coins depicted Lady Liberty on the obverse and an eagle on the reverse. In 1932, the U.S. Mint decided to pay tribute to George Washington’s 200th birthday by replacing Lady Liberty with a portrait of George Washington. Often referred to as Junk Silver coins because the coins have no collector value but a higher Silver value than face value, the quarter’s design remained the same until 1999 when the reverse of the coins started to be replaced by designs to honor each of the 50 states.90% Silver:
Junk Silver is a slight misrepresentation of these items. Many of America’s coins circulating before 1965 were made of 90% Silver, or Junk Silver. They are now referred to as Junk Silver because their value is solely based on their metal content instead of collectibility or condition. “Junk” means they are not numismatic, but Junk Silver coins still have value and a place in portfolios.Product Reviews:
See what APMEX customers are saying about Washington Quarter Rolls and more.Important Notes:
All coins are dated 1932-1964. Some rolls will be mixed years, and some will be solid-date rolls.
87% of reviewers recommend this product
Date:Sep 27, 2018
Date:Aug 1, 2018
I'm new to APMEX but so far I'm impressed. These coins are in beautiful condition. Most were 1964D with a few 1963 and was hoping for a little bit more of a variety. I'm happy with what I got and will buy more and see what dates I get with those.
- Value (low premium over spot)
- Attractive Design
- Easy to Sell
- Mint Condition
Posted By:WV Numismatist
Date:Jul 29, 2018
Posted By:Greg H
From:Elk Grove, CA
Date:Oct 10, 2017
I bought 10 rolls of this. Not even one coin could be graded BU. Most of them are AU and a few could be graded XF. Not a very good experience,
- Mint Condition
- Poor Condition
Merchant response: Thank you for your feedback. We are very sorry to hear that these rolls did not meet expectation. Our Post shipment department will follow up with you soon.
Date:Sep 27, 2017
Glad I took these coins out of the wrapper like I always do. These coins were dirty, unattractively toned and didn't look uncirculated. A standing liberty quarter that looks like its been ran over by a truck was hidden in the middle of the roll. Terrible. These coins were so dirty that they turned the white gloves I had on black. Extremely disappointed and these coins certainly don't look uncirculated.
- Poor Condition
Merchant response: Thank you for your feedback. We are sorry to hear that the Quarters did not meet expectations for BU quality. Our Post Shipment team will contact you soon.
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