Washington Quarters were originally minted in 1932 as a commemorative for Washington’s 200th birthday. The issue was so popular that it was brought back as our regular issue quarter in 1934.
Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco all make Washington Quarters.
CAC. A gold shade rests upon the obverse with strong underlying luster. The reverse is mostly white with touches of peripheral gold. A very attractive and desirable 'key' date.
Doubled Die Obverse. Obvious doubling of IN GOD WE TRUST. The surface exhibits thick satin luster. An attractive ice-blue and gold blend deepens along the periphery. Sure to please.
Doubled Die Obverse. IN GOD WE TRUST doubled.
Heavy Motto. Brilliant satiny white luster and a sharp strike.
CAC. Frosty white surfaces with a blend of subtle gold and a sharp strike.
CAC. Lustrous frosty white surfaces with a touch of color and a sharp strike.
Attractive cream-white surfaces that exhibit touches of turquoise-gold and strong luster. The strike is sharp and the look is clean. Nothing has graded numerically finer at either service.
Blazing luster over flawless surfaces with a very faint golden hue.
Frosty white luster and a sharp strike.
Lustrous white surfaces with a touch of peripheral color and a sharp strike.