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.
Mostly white with a faint champagne hue and a touch of peripheral toning. Outstanding for the grade.
CAC. Very vibrant original mint luster with light russet toning.
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.
CAC. Original mostly white surfaces with a touch of toning.
CAC. Blazing white luster and strong mirrored surfaces. First year for 'modern' proofs with just 3,837 minted.
Well struck with booming satiny white luster.
Blazing luster over flawless surfaces with a very faint golden hue.
Cream-white surfaces and a sharp strike.
Doubled Die Obverse. Very flashy lustrous surfaces with light golden toning.
Doubled Die Obverse. A flashy blast white Gem!
CAC. Doubled Die Obverse. Very flashy with brilliant white surfaces. Die doubling is evident on IN GOD WE TRUST, LIBERTY, and the date. Only a single coin of this variety has graded numerically finer at PCGS.
CAC. Lustrous nearly mark-free surfaces and a very sharp strike, Touches of gold tint cling to the periphery. A pleasing look.
Very lustrous cream-white satiny surfaces and a sharp strike.