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1942 Washington Quarter

1942 Washington Quarter


 
The 1942-P Washington Quarter had a mintage of just 102,096,000 and was minted at the Philadelphia mint. The composition of these Silver Washington Quarter coins is 90% silver and 10% copper. The silver coins were produced from 1932 - 1964. Each quarter contains .1808 ounces of silver. The diameter is 24 mm. We use strict Photograde standards when grading all of our coins. You can view the "general guidelines" as to what condition you can expect for each grade. Please allow 3 to 5 business days for your order to leave our offices as each coin must be inspected and graded prior to packaging.


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1942W4 1942 Washington Quarter - G4
$9.95
1942W7 1942 Washington Quarter - VG7
$10.95
1942W40 1942 Washington Quarter - EF40
$11.95
1942W50 1942 Washington Quarter - AU50
$12.95
1942WU 1942 Washington Quarter - BU
$15.95
1942WCU 1942 Washington Quarter - Choice BU
$17.95
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4 of 5 washington qtr June 19, 2020
Reviewer: michael gere from norwich, CT United States  
good quality

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5 of 5 April 1, 2020
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5 of 5 Washington Quarter May 29, 2016
Reviewer: Roy Jones from San Angelo, TX United States  
I was quite pleased with the quality of coin received. One specifies the desired grade of coin and orders "sight unseen. But the condition of the coin received is as good or better than requested. I will continue to purchase various coins for my collections.

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4 of 5 fine October 27, 2013
Reviewer: john satterlee from Belton, TX United States  
Hit the spot

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