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1932-1964 Washington Quarter

Denomination :
0.25 U.S. Dollar
Designer :
John Flanagan (1932)
Diameter :
24.26 mm (0.955 inches)
Thickness :
1.75 mm (0.069 inches)
Edge :
Reeded
Composition :
90% Silver, 10% Copper
Silver Weight :
0.1808 Troy Ounce
Total Weight :
5.67 grams

Date MintedLocationQuantity MintedNotes
1932 Philadelphia 5,404,000  
1932 D Denver 436,800 $150 +
1932 S San Francisco 408,000 $150 +
1934 Philadelphia 31,912,052  
1934 D Denver 3,527,200  
1935 Philadelphia 32,484,000  
1935 D Denver 5,780,000  
1935 S San Francisco 5,660,000  
1936 Philadelphia 41,300,000  
1936 D Denver 5,374,000  
1936 S San Francisco 3,828,000  
1937 Philadelphia 19,696,000  
1937 D Denver 7,189,600  
1937 S San Francisco 1,652,000  
1938 Philadelphia 9,480,000  
1938 S San Francisco 2,832,000  
1939 Philadelphia 33,540,000  
1939 D Denver 7,092,000  
1939 S San Francisco 2,628,000  
1940 Philadelphia 35,704,000  
1940 D Denver 2,797,600  
1940 S San Francisco 8,244,000  
1941 Philadelphia 79,032,000  
1941 D Denver 16,714,800  
1941 S San Francisco 16,080,000  
1942 Philadelphia 102,096,000  
1942 D Denver 17,487,200  
1942 S San Francisco 19,384,000  
1943 Philadelphia 99,700,000  
1943 D Denver 16,095,600  
1943 S San Francisco 21,700,000  
1944 Philadelphia 104,956,000  
1944 D Denver 14,600,800  
1944 S San Francisco 12,560,000  
1945 Philadelphia 74,372,000  
1945 D Denver 12,341,600  
1945 S San Francisco 17,004,001  
1946 Philadelphia 53,436,000  
1946 D Denver 9,072,800  
1946 S San Francisco 4,204,000  
1947 Philadelphia 22,556,000  
1947 D Denver 15,338,400  
1947 S San Francisco 5,532,000  
1948 Philadelphia 35,196,000  
1948 D Denver 16,766,800  
1948 S San Francisco 15,960,000  
1949 Philadelphia 9,312,000  
1949 D Denver 10,068,400  
1950 Philadelphia 24,920,126  
1950 D Denver 21,075,600  
1950 S San Francisco 10,284,004  
1951 Philadelphia 43,448,102  
1951 D Denver 35,354,800  
1951 S San Francisco 9,048,000  
1952 Philadelphia 38,780,093  
1952 D Denver 49,795,200  
1952 S San Francisco 13,707,800  
1953 Philadelphia 18,536,120  
1953 D Denver 56,112,400  
1953 S San Francisco 14,016,000  
1954 Philadelphia 54,412,203  
1954 D Denver 42,305,500  
1954 S San Francisco 11,834,722  
1955 Philadelphia 18,180,181  
1955 D Denver 3,182,400  
1956 Philadelphia 44,144,000  
1956 D Denver 32,334,500  
1957 Philadelphia 47,779,952  
1957 D Denver 77,924,160  
1958 Philadelphia 6,360,000  
1958 D Denver 78,124,900  
1959 Philadelphia 24,384,000  
1959 D Denver 62,054,232  
1960 Philadelphia 29,164,000  
1960 D Denver 63,000,324  
1961 Philadelphia 37,036,000  
1961 D Denver 83,656,928  
1962 Philadelphia 36,156,000  
1962 D Denver 127,554,756  
1963 Philadelphia 74,316,000  
1963 D Denver 135,288,184  
1964 Philadelphia 560,390,585  
1964 D Denver 704,135,528  

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