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.
Crisp creamy luster with a delicate light gold hue. Sharply struck and a very attractive example of this 'key' date.
Frosty white luster combines with a sharp strike to offer great eye appeal on this first year 'key' date.
Flashy white luster and a sharp strike. Very nice for the grade.
Satiny luster that's mostly white with a wisp of champagne toning.
CAC. Beautiful frsh white luster with a trace of gold at the rim to attest to originality. A great looking coin that's outstanding for the grade.
Clean surfaces with vibrant brilliant luster that has a faint champagne hue.
Crisp white luster and outstanding for the grade.
CAC. Brilliant thick frosty luster with a great strike.
Flashy white luster and a sharp strike.
Rich frosty luster with a light tint of gold on the obverse.
Blast white very reflective surfaces provide great eye appeal. The first proof date issued in the series.
CAC. Satiny cream-white luster with a dusting of champagne.
An attractive proof with champagne tinted surfaces.
Brilliant mirrored surfaces.
The first proof Washington issued with a mintage of just 3,837. This is a nice brilliant spot-free example.