WASHINGTON Quarters x 40 Roll 90% SILVER $10 face value AVG CIRC+ with pic

WASHINGTON Quarters x 40 Roll 90% SILVER $10 face value AVG CIRC+ with pic

WASHINGTON Quarters x 40 Roll 90% SILVER $10 face value AVG CIRC+ with pic
Suddenly scarce 90% silver US Constitutional Coin. 40-Count Roll of pre-1965 Washington Quarters Condition: Average Circulated as pictured, will be randomly rolled from the coins you see here. See Item Specifics section above for additional details. Soup kitchens, massive unemployment and the Dust Bowl all took their toll on the publics spirit. But the following year was the 200th anniversary of George Washingtons birth, and officials in our nations capital were ready to mark the occasion. The Treasury Department had proposed that a half dollar be struck to honor the birth of the nations founding father. Enlisting the cooperation of the Commission of Fine Arts and the Washington Bicentennial Commission, they went ahead with plans for a design competition. Rules announced early in the year called for entries modeled after the celebrated bust of Washington by noted French sculptor Jean Antoine Houdon. The bust, created from a life-mask taken at Mount Vernon in 1785, was uncannily accurate and nationally admired. 98 entrants fashioned some 100 designs: Most were amateurish, some were good, but one was exceptional, at least in the Commissions opinion. It had been submitted by Laura Gardin Fraser, designer of several U. Commemorative coins and wife of James Earle Fraser, who created the Buffalo nickel. Frasers powerful, medallic design was far superior to those of her competition and reminiscent of the artistic works produced during the numismatically golden years inspired by Theodore Roosevelt. The Commissions decision was unanimous. Unfortunately, there were other people to please. Initially, Congress got into the act. Since changing the design of the half dollar required their approval, once asked they instead decided to change the quarter, thereby signaling an end to the acclaimed Standing Liberty design issued since 1916. No one argued with the denominational change, but a real problem was to arise with the man lawfully responsible for coinage designs, Treasury Secretary Andrew Mellon. Mellon had his own views about art. Rich beyond imagination, he had amassed one of the worlds foremost art collections, along with a reputation for stubbornness which was only exacerbated by his wealth and position. Some would later attribute it to Mellons pro-male bias, but he repeatedly refused to listen to the Commissions pleas for Frasers design. Instead he chose one by John Flanagan, a medalist whose earlier works evoked his studies under Augustus Saint-Gaudens, but whose Washington design was an icon of the bland, conservative and frozen images that proliferated (especially in government sculpture) during the Depression. At first, Mellon placated the Commission, calling for a second contest. But ultimately he chose the Flanagan design. While still fielding protests from the advisory panel, he left office to become Herbert Hoovers ambassador to Great Britain. His successor, Ogden Mills, would consider the matter no further. He brusquely reminded the Commissioners that they had a purely advisory role and that the final decision fell upon the Treasury Secretary, not the Commission. Flanagans design was simple but not especially well suited to medallic art. Washington faces left and dominates the obverse, with the date below and LIBERTY above. The motto IN GOD WE TRUST is in the left field, with the designers initials on the base of the neck. A spread-winged heraldic eagle adorns the reverse, encircled by UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and E PLURIBUS UNUM above, and QUARTER DOLLAR and a wreath below. Mintmarks are found below the wreath on coins dated 1964 and earlier, and just to the right of Washingtons braid on issues beginning in 1968. From a production viewpoint, Mint officials must have loved the design. With such low relief, coins could be rapidly struck with only one blow from the press. The drawback, however, was not only an artistic loss, but the weak design elements required periodic alterations to the master hub. The motto was so weakly defined in 1932 and on some issues of 1934 that it could barely be read, even on uncirculated coins. There have been three significant changes in the series since its inception in 1932. In 1965, the composition was changed from 90% silver to a clad or sandwich metal of 75% copper and 25% nickel, bonded to a pure copper core. Beginning in 1999, however, the Washington quarter will be changed no less than five times per year through 2008, as each of the fifty states is commemorated on the quarters reverse. The statutory legend UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and the value QUARTER DOLLAR have been relocated to the obverse to provide space for the distinctive reverses. Whether the old type will resume after that time is still uncertain. Continually gaining in popularity with collectors, Washington quarters are usually assembled by date and mint. Coins were issued every year except 1933. Although not rare, the low mintage 1932-D and S quarters are considered scarce issues, along with Mint State 1936 Denver coins which, despite their large mintage, somehow escaped the hoarders nets. Since 1932, billions of regular and proof Washington quarters have been coined. Production has taken place at four mints: Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco and West Point. Since 1968, all proofs have been struck at the San Francisco Mint. Earlier proof coins emanated from the Philadelphia Mint. Washington quarters are collected in all grade ranges but are especially popular in Mint State. With so many coins struck from so many dies, repunched mintmarks, over-mintmarks and hubbing errors abound, making the series a fertile field of study for those delving into the intricacies of modern coinage production. Grading this type is fairly simple. Wear on the design will first show on Washingtons hair at the ear and on the center of the eagles breast. Struck counterfeits exist, but collectors are more likely to encounter added mintmarks, especially on the 1932-D and 1932-S issues. Authentication of any questionable specimen is highly recommended. Junk silver is an informal term used in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Australia for any silver coin that is in fair or cull condition and has no numismatic or collectible value above the bullion value of the silver it contains. Such coins are popular among people seeking to invest in silver, particularly in small amounts. The word “junk” refers only to the value of the coins as collectibles and not to the actual condition of the coins; junk silver is not necessarily scrap silver. [1] Precious metals including silver are measured in troy ounces (ozt). A spot price for silver is the price for a troy ounce of silver which is 99.9-percent pure, or 999 fine. Silver coins including junk-silver coins have set silver-alloy contents ranging from 35-percent to 90-percent or more. The term “coin silver, ” for example, refers to 90-percent silver alloy which was the most common alloy used to mint silver U. Any combination of 90-percent silver U. 7736 troy ounces of silver. In other words, a full troy ounce of 99.9-percent silver is contained in any combination of 90-percent silver U. [3] Contents Common U. Coins The most commonly collected junk-silver U. Coins were minted before 1965 and include Morgan and Peace dollars; Liberty Head “Barber, ” Walking Liberty, Franklin and Kennedy half dollars; Liberty Head “Barber, ” Standing Liberty and Washington quarters; Liberty Head “Barber, ” Winged Liberty Head “Mercury” and Roosevelt dimes; and Jefferson “Wartime” nickels. [4] Dollars Morgan (18781904 & 1921) — 90-percent silver Peace (19211928 and 19341935) — 90-percent silver Half-Dollars Liberty Head “Barber” (18921915) — 90-percent silver Walking Liberty (19161947) — 90-percent silver Franklin (19481963) — 90-percent silver Kennedy (1964) — 90-percent silver Kennedy (19651970) — 40-percent silver Quarters Liberty Head “Barber” (18921916) — 90-percent silver Standing Liberty (19161930) — 90-percent silver Washington (1932, 19341964) — 90-percent silver Dimes Liberty Head “Barber” (18921916) — 90-percent silver Winged Liberty Head “Mercury” (19161945) — 90-percent silver Roosevelt (19461964) — 90-percent silver Nickels Jefferson “Wartime” 1942 (partial)-1945 — 35-percent silver. 40-Count Roll of pre-1965 Washington Quarters Condition: Average Circulated as pictured, will be randomly rolled from the coins you see here SB-59510. Powered by SixBit’s eCommerce Solution. The item “WASHINGTON Quarters x 40 Roll 90% SILVER $10 face value AVG CIRC+ with pic” is in sale since Sunday, May 3, 2020. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Quarters\Washington (1932-98)”. The seller is “asounddeal” and is located in Fischer, Texas. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Certification: Uncertified
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Composition: Silver
  • Grade: Ungraded
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • This is a: 40-Count Roll of pre-1965 Washington Quarters
  • Condition is: Average Circulated
  • Condition Details: as pictured, will be randomly rolled from the coins you see here

WASHINGTON Quarters x 40 Roll 90% SILVER $10 face value AVG CIRC+ with pic

WASHINGTON Quarters x 40 Roll 90% SILVER $10 face value AVG CIRC+ with pic

WASHINGTON Quarters x 40 Roll 90% SILVER $10 face value AVG CIRC+ with pic

WASHINGTON Quarters x 40 Roll 90% SILVER $10 face value AVG CIRC+ with pic
Suddenly scarce 90% silver US Constitutional Coin. 40-Count Roll of pre-1965 Washington Quarters Condition: Average Circulated as pictured, will be randomly rolled from the coins you see here. See Item Specifics section above for additional details. Soup kitchens, massive unemployment and the Dust Bowl all took their toll on the publics spirit. But the following year was the 200th anniversary of George Washingtons birth, and officials in our nations capital were ready to mark the occasion. The Treasury Department had proposed that a half dollar be struck to honor the birth of the nations founding father. Enlisting the cooperation of the Commission of Fine Arts and the Washington Bicentennial Commission, they went ahead with plans for a design competition. Rules announced early in the year called for entries modeled after the celebrated bust of Washington by noted French sculptor Jean Antoine Houdon. The bust, created from a life-mask taken at Mount Vernon in 1785, was uncannily accurate and nationally admired. 98 entrants fashioned some 100 designs: Most were amateurish, some were good, but one was exceptional, at least in the Commissions opinion. It had been submitted by Laura Gardin Fraser, designer of several U. Commemorative coins and wife of James Earle Fraser, who created the Buffalo nickel. Frasers powerful, medallic design was far superior to those of her competition and reminiscent of the artistic works produced during the numismatically golden years inspired by Theodore Roosevelt. The Commissions decision was unanimous. Unfortunately, there were other people to please. Initially, Congress got into the act. Since changing the design of the half dollar required their approval, once asked they instead decided to change the quarter, thereby signaling an end to the acclaimed Standing Liberty design issued since 1916. No one argued with the denominational change, but a real problem was to arise with the man lawfully responsible for coinage designs, Treasury Secretary Andrew Mellon. Mellon had his own views about art. Rich beyond imagination, he had amassed one of the worlds foremost art collections, along with a reputation for stubbornness which was only exacerbated by his wealth and position. Some would later attribute it to Mellons pro-male bias, but he repeatedly refused to listen to the Commissions pleas for Frasers design. Instead he chose one by John Flanagan, a medalist whose earlier works evoked his studies under Augustus Saint-Gaudens, but whose Washington design was an icon of the bland, conservative and frozen images that proliferated (especially in government sculpture) during the Depression. At first, Mellon placated the Commission, calling for a second contest. But ultimately he chose the Flanagan design. While still fielding protests from the advisory panel, he left office to become Herbert Hoovers ambassador to Great Britain. His successor, Ogden Mills, would consider the matter no further. He brusquely reminded the Commissioners that they had a purely advisory role and that the final decision fell upon the Treasury Secretary, not the Commission. Flanagans design was simple but not especially well suited to medallic art. Washington faces left and dominates the obverse, with the date below and LIBERTY above. The motto IN GOD WE TRUST is in the left field, with the designers initials on the base of the neck. A spread-winged heraldic eagle adorns the reverse, encircled by UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and E PLURIBUS UNUM above, and QUARTER DOLLAR and a wreath below. Mintmarks are found below the wreath on coins dated 1964 and earlier, and just to the right of Washingtons braid on issues beginning in 1968. From a production viewpoint, Mint officials must have loved the design. With such low relief, coins could be rapidly struck with only one blow from the press. The drawback, however, was not only an artistic loss, but the weak design elements required periodic alterations to the master hub. The motto was so weakly defined in 1932 and on some issues of 1934 that it could barely be read, even on uncirculated coins. There have been three significant changes in the series since its inception in 1932. In 1965, the composition was changed from 90% silver to a clad or sandwich metal of 75% copper and 25% nickel, bonded to a pure copper core. Beginning in 1999, however, the Washington quarter will be changed no less than five times per year through 2008, as each of the fifty states is commemorated on the quarters reverse. The statutory legend UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and the value QUARTER DOLLAR have been relocated to the obverse to provide space for the distinctive reverses. Whether the old type will resume after that time is still uncertain. Continually gaining in popularity with collectors, Washington quarters are usually assembled by date and mint. Coins were issued every year except 1933. Although not rare, the low mintage 1932-D and S quarters are considered scarce issues, along with Mint State 1936 Denver coins which, despite their large mintage, somehow escaped the hoarders nets. Since 1932, billions of regular and proof Washington quarters have been coined. Production has taken place at four mints: Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco and West Point. Since 1968, all proofs have been struck at the San Francisco Mint. Earlier proof coins emanated from the Philadelphia Mint. Washington quarters are collected in all grade ranges but are especially popular in Mint State. With so many coins struck from so many dies, repunched mintmarks, over-mintmarks and hubbing errors abound, making the series a fertile field of study for those delving into the intricacies of modern coinage production. Grading this type is fairly simple. Wear on the design will first show on Washingtons hair at the ear and on the center of the eagles breast. Struck counterfeits exist, but collectors are more likely to encounter added mintmarks, especially on the 1932-D and 1932-S issues. Authentication of any questionable specimen is highly recommended. Junk silver is an informal term used in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Australia for any silver coin that is in fair or cull condition and has no numismatic or collectible value above the bullion value of the silver it contains. Such coins are popular among people seeking to invest in silver, particularly in small amounts. The word “junk” refers only to the value of the coins as collectibles and not to the actual condition of the coins; junk silver is not necessarily scrap silver. [1] Precious metals including silver are measured in troy ounces (ozt). A spot price for silver is the price for a troy ounce of silver which is 99.9-percent pure, or 999 fine. Silver coins including junk-silver coins have set silver-alloy contents ranging from 35-percent to 90-percent or more. The term “coin silver, ” for example, refers to 90-percent silver alloy which was the most common alloy used to mint silver U. Any combination of 90-percent silver U. 7736 troy ounces of silver. In other words, a full troy ounce of 99.9-percent silver is contained in any combination of 90-percent silver U. [3] Contents Common U. Coins The most commonly collected junk-silver U. Coins were minted before 1965 and include Morgan and Peace dollars; Liberty Head “Barber, ” Walking Liberty, Franklin and Kennedy half dollars; Liberty Head “Barber, ” Standing Liberty and Washington quarters; Liberty Head “Barber, ” Winged Liberty Head “Mercury” and Roosevelt dimes; and Jefferson “Wartime” nickels. [4] Dollars Morgan (18781904 & 1921) — 90-percent silver Peace (19211928 and 19341935) — 90-percent silver Half-Dollars Liberty Head “Barber” (18921915) — 90-percent silver Walking Liberty (19161947) — 90-percent silver Franklin (19481963) — 90-percent silver Kennedy (1964) — 90-percent silver Kennedy (19651970) — 40-percent silver Quarters Liberty Head “Barber” (18921916) — 90-percent silver Standing Liberty (19161930) — 90-percent silver Washington (1932, 19341964) — 90-percent silver Dimes Liberty Head “Barber” (18921916) — 90-percent silver Winged Liberty Head “Mercury” (19161945) — 90-percent silver Roosevelt (19461964) — 90-percent silver Nickels Jefferson “Wartime” 1942 (partial)-1945 — 35-percent silver. 40-Count Roll of pre-1965 Washington Quarters Condition: Average Circulated as pictured, will be randomly rolled from the coins you see here SB-59510. Powered by SixBit’s eCommerce Solution. The item “WASHINGTON Quarters x 40 Roll 90% SILVER $10 face value AVG CIRC+ with pic” is in sale since Sunday, April 26, 2020. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Quarters\Washington (1932-98)”. The seller is “asounddeal” and is located in Fischer, Texas. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Certification: Uncertified
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Composition: Silver
  • Grade: Ungraded
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • This is a: 40-Count Roll of pre-1965 Washington Quarters
  • Condition is: Average Circulated
  • Condition Details: as pictured, will be randomly rolled from the coins you see here

WASHINGTON Quarters x 40 Roll 90% SILVER $10 face value AVG CIRC+ with pic

90% Silver Washington Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ

90% Silver Washington Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ
90% Silver Washington Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ

90% Silver Washington Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ
90% Silver Washington Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ. The item “90% Silver Washington Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ” is in sale since Sunday, March 22, 2020. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Quarters\Washington (1932-98)”. The seller is “trumpetman95″ and is located in Naples, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: US Mint
  • Grade: Ungraded
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Average Circulated
  • Certification: Uncertified
  • Composition: Silver

90% Silver Washington Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ

90% Silver Washington Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ

90% Silver Washington Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ
90% Silver Washington Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ

90% Silver Washington Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ
90% Silver Washington Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ. The item “90% Silver Washington Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ” is in sale since Sunday, March 15, 2020. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Quarters\Washington (1932-98)”. The seller is “trumpetman95″ and is located in Naples, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: US Mint
  • Grade: Ungraded
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Average Circulated
  • Certification: Uncertified
  • Composition: Silver

90% Silver Washington Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ

90% Silver Barber Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ SKU #13642

90% Silver Barber Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ SKU #13642
90% Silver Barber Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ SKU #13642
90% Silver Barber Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ SKU #13642

90% Silver Barber Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ SKU #13642
1 oz Gold Bars. Proof & Mint Sets. 90% Silver Barber Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ – SKU #13642. Photos in this listing may or may not be stock photos. The photos are meant to be an indication of the product you will receive. Dates will be between 1892 and 1916, with a variety of mint marks. One roll contains approximately 7.15 oz of pure Silver! 1,359 Item as described. Item exactly as shown! Rec’d item, looking forward to doing business with again. The item “90% Silver Barber Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ SKU #13642″ is in sale since Thursday, October 31, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Quarters\Barber (1892-1916)”. The seller is “apmex” and is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Brand: US Mint
  • MPN: 13642
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Average Circulated
  • Certification: Uncertified

90% Silver Barber Quarters 40-Coin Roll Avg Circ SKU #13642

Washington Quarter Roll, Lot of 40 Coins, 90% Silver, $10 Face Avg Circ

Washington Quarter Roll, Lot of 40 Coins, 90% Silver, $10 Face Avg Circ
Washington Quarter Roll, Lot of 40 Coins, 90% Silver, $10 Face Avg Circ

Washington Quarter Roll, Lot of 40 Coins, 90% Silver, $10 Face Avg Circ
Full Roll of Washington Silver Coins – The photo is a representation of what you will receive. Powered by SixBit’s eCommerce Solution. The item “Washington Quarter Roll, Lot of 40 Coins, 90% Silver, $10 Face Avg Circ” is in sale since Friday, November 15, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Quarters\Washington (1932-98)”. The seller is “eis98″ and is located in Middleburg, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Certification: Uncertified
  • Composition: Silver

Washington Quarter Roll, Lot of 40 Coins, 90% Silver, $10 Face Avg Circ

2 Rolls Silver Washington Quarters 80 Coins $20 Face Mixed Dates Ave-Un Circ #3

2 Rolls Silver Washington Quarters 80 Coins $20 Face Mixed Dates Ave-Un Circ #3
2 Rolls Silver Washington Quarters 80 Coins $20 Face Mixed Dates Ave-Un Circ #3

2 Rolls Silver Washington Quarters 80 Coins $20 Face Mixed Dates Ave-Un Circ #3
80 coins in total. The coins are in average circulated condition to UNC. Mint marks can be P D or S. Please check our other auctions for more silver quarter and dime rolls. There might be a good high priced coin or two in the lot! The item “2 Rolls Silver Washington Quarters 80 Coins $20 Face Mixed Dates Ave-Un Circ #3″ is in sale since Monday, October 21, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Silver\Coins”. The seller is “eaglegp7″ and is located in Frazier Park, California. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Egypt, Iceland, Oman, Peru, Viet nam, Uruguay, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Jordan, Cayman islands, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Macao, Paraguay, Reunion.
  • Brand: mint
  • Modified Item: No
  • Brand/Mint: U.S. Mint
  • Certification Number: none
  • California Prop 65 Warning: no
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Modification Description: no
  • Year: mixed all 90% Silver
  • Total Precious Metal Content: 90%
  • Grade: Ungraded
  • Precious Metal Content per Unit: Mixed Lot
  • Coin: US 90% Silver Coinage
  • Certification: Uncertified

2 Rolls Silver Washington Quarters 80 Coins $20 Face Mixed Dates Ave-Un Circ #3

Washington Quarter Roll, Lot of 40 Coins, 90% Silver, $10 Face Avg Circ

Washington Quarter Roll, Lot of 40 Coins, 90% Silver, $10 Face Avg Circ
Washington Quarter Roll, Lot of 40 Coins, 90% Silver, $10 Face Avg Circ

Washington Quarter Roll, Lot of 40 Coins, 90% Silver, $10 Face Avg Circ
Full Roll of Washington Silver Coins – The photo is a representation of what you will receive. Powered by SixBit’s eCommerce Solution. The item “Washington Quarter Roll, Lot of 40 Coins, 90% Silver, $10 Face Avg Circ” is in sale since Sunday, October 27, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Quarters\Washington (1932-98)”. The seller is “eis98″ and is located in Middleburg, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Certification: Uncertified
  • Composition: Silver

Washington Quarter Roll, Lot of 40 Coins, 90% Silver, $10 Face Avg Circ

SSS 40 Pcs Roll Silver Washington Quarter Dollars 1936-1964 90% Avg Circ

SSS 40 Pcs Roll Silver Washington Quarter Dollars 1936-1964 90% Avg Circ
SSS 40 Pcs Roll Silver Washington Quarter Dollars 1936-1964 90% Avg Circ
SSS 40 Pcs Roll Silver Washington Quarter Dollars 1936-1964 90% Avg Circ
SSS 40 Pcs Roll Silver Washington Quarter Dollars 1936-1964 90% Avg Circ
SSS 40 Pcs Roll Silver Washington Quarter Dollars 1936-1964 90% Avg Circ

SSS 40 Pcs Roll Silver Washington Quarter Dollars 1936-1964 90% Avg Circ
40 Piece Roll Silver Washington Quarter Dollars. There is one worn out Standing Lib Quarter and one holed Washington Quarter included. The rest are in XF or better condition. Dates range from 1936 to 1964 and are mostly in the 40’s to 50’s. The item “SSS 40 Pcs Roll Silver Washington Quarter Dollars 1936-1964 90% Avg Circ” is in sale since Friday, October 18, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Quarters\Washington (1932-98)”. The seller is “silversouthstore” and is located in Ashville, Alabama. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Certification: Uncertified
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated

SSS 40 Pcs Roll Silver Washington Quarter Dollars 1936-1964 90% Avg Circ

$10 FACE 80% CANADIAN SILVER MIXED10c QUARTER HALF DOLLAR ROLL CIRC TO BU! #6322

$10 FACE 80% CANADIAN SILVER MIXED10c QUARTER HALF DOLLAR ROLL CIRC TO BU! #6322

$10 FACE 80% CANADIAN SILVER MIXED10c QUARTER HALF DOLLAR ROLL CIRC TO BU! #6322
These are pictures of the coin you will get! We try to be reasonable! Thanks for your understanding, and being a valued customer! We will try to combine items ordered at the same time! Most items come for a 30 day return priv. UNLESS noted in the listing. Bullion related items do NOT have a return as the metals are volitile. PLEASE NOTE : Serial numbers shown on item listings, as well as Currency raw and certified are not printed on items. These are OUR photo identifiers ONLY. Feel free to call for help. We are as CLOSE to YOU, as sending a message to us! Feel free to send us a message, and will reply as soon as possible with an answer! Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Auctiva gets you noticed! Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “$10 FACE 80% CANADIAN SILVER MIXED10c QUARTER HALF DOLLAR ROLL CIRC TO BU! #6322″ is in sale since Wednesday, July 3, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Twenty-Five Cents”. The seller is “zypies” and is located in Fairfield, Connecticut. This item can be shipped worldwide.
$10 FACE 80% CANADIAN SILVER MIXED10c QUARTER HALF DOLLAR ROLL CIRC TO BU! #6322