90% Silver Washington Quarters $100 Face Value Bag

90% Silver Washington Quarters $100 Face Value Bag

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These Silver quarters were initially intended as a commemorative for the 200th anniversary of Washington's birth. It was accepted well by the American public and is a staple of Silver investors.

Product Highlights:
  • Contains approximately 71.5 oz actual Silver weight.
  • Silver quarters come packaged in a heavy duty canvas bag.
  • Each $100 bag of 90% Silver Washington Quarters contains 400 coins.
  • These Average Circulated coins are dated 1932-1964. Dates on these random year Washington Quarters will be of our choosing and may or may not vary, determined by stock on hand.

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90% Silver Washington Quarters were the workhorse denomination of their day. Add the last U.S. quarters with Silver to your cart with this $100 bag of Silver Washington Quarters today!

What is Junk Silver?
Junk Silver is a term used for any Silver cull coins or Silver coins in fair condition with no numismatic value besides the bullion value of the Silver it contains. The word “junk” refers only to the coins’ value as collectibles and not to the actual condition of the coins; Junk Silver is not synonymous with scrap Silver. Pre-1965 90% Silver coins were pulled from circulation with the introduction of Copper and Nickel clad coins and Silver’s rising demand. The public saved them for their 90% Silver content as a rainy day fund to fall back on.

About Washington Quarters
The Washington Quarter was first struck in 1932; sculptor John Flanagan designed the original version. To celebrate the 1932 bicentennial of the birth of its first president, George Washington, members of the bicentennial committee sought a Washington half dollar. They wanted to displace the regular issue Walking Liberty Half Dollar for that year only; instead, Congress permanently replaced the Standing Liberty Quarter, requiring that a depiction of Washington appear on the obverse of the new coin.

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