Washington Quarter Album Collection
The Washington quarter was first minted in 1932. It was intended to be a commemorative issue marking the 200th anniversary of George Washingtons birth, but ended up being a regular circulating U.S. coin. The designer for this quarter was John Flanagan from New York. His initials, JF, can be found at the base of Washingtons neck. The reverse features a spread-winged, heraldic eagle encircled by the words “United States of America”, “E Pluribus Unum” (Out of Many, One) above, and “Quarter Dollar” below.
Collection sold with seventy-three coins. Mounted in its own display album.
Composition from 1932-1964: 90% Silver, 10% copper
Composition 1976 Bicentennial: 75% Copper, 25% Nickel bonded to a pure Copper Core. Also minted in 40% Silver
Composition from 1977-2005: 75% Copper, 25% Nickel bonded to a pure Copper Core
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Washington Quarter Album Collection: 1932-2005