I just got a roll of these quarters. As with the roll of Mercury dimes, the roll was a bit short so I disassembled them to ensure I was getting the full 40 quarters. Good on that count.
The majority of these quarters are in either About Good or Good condition, and yes they have full dates. The catch is there are no pre-1925 coins--before then, the date was subject to quick wear so coins in Fine condition could be missing a date. They recessed the dates in 1925 so coins in About Good could still have full dates. A few were in nice condition, including one that appeared to be in VF or XF condition. Notably, they are thinner than Washington quarters, accounting for the shorter roll (even the one in VF was thinner). Possibly a shallower design accounts for this.
As with the Mercury dimes, there were two surprises. This time, I found two Barber quarters dated 1908. Those quarters were in rather lousy condition. While they are older quarters with a higher collector value, this means they are underweight and having less silver than the Standing Liberty quarters in Good or better (especially the ones in Fine or better).
If you are just looking for ounces, I suggest sticking with Washington quarters. Yes, the majority will be in the 1960s, particularly the common 1964. That also means they are more likely to be in XF or AU condition. (They are also cheaper to boot.) However, as I recommend making a hobby out of this project of preparing for hyperinflation, having a few rolls of these quarters helps. Just do not expect most of them to be in AU condition, and do not expect a lot of 1916-24 quarters.
- Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.