Washington Quarter


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Washington Quarter

A coin minted by the United States starting in 1931. It is worth 1/4 of one dollar. It features of portrait of George Washington on the obverse.
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From the Lincoln cent in 1909, through the Jefferson nickel in 1938, Roosevelt dime in 1946, Washington quarter in 1932, Kennedy half in 1964 (after a brief interlude for Ben Franklin, 1948-1963), and the Eisenhower dollar in 1971, America deified its favored sons.
A 1961-D Washington Quarter Dollar graded Mint State 67 garnered $13,800 and a 1962-D Washington quarter realized $11,500.
Minting Error Combines Washington Quarter With Sacagawea Dollar
WHAT: Two newly mis-minted Sacagawea dollar coins have been recently discovered with the Washington quarter on the front and the golden eagle dollar on the back.
The new rarity, technically a "mint error", is a double denomination coin which has the obverse of a Washington quarter and a reverse of a Sacagawea dollar.
I have no doubt that collectors all over the country are now searching through rolls of Washington quarters and Sacagawea dollars hoping to find another example of this incredible rarity.
460 Barber, Standing Liberty, and Washington Quarters, Mixed Dates
Featured consignments to the 2005 FUN Signature Sale include The Jerry Bagne Collection of Proof Morgan Dollars, The Paul Bolyard PCGS Registry Collection of Washington Quarters, The Richard Chouinard Collection of United States Coins, The Cincinnati Collection, The William and Harrison Hiatt Collection, The Dr.
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