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    1932-D Quarter, MS65
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    1932-D 25C MS65 PCGS. The Washington quarters struck in 1932 at the three operating mints were intended to be a commemorative issue marking the bicentennial of the first president's birth. The design became the standard for all quarter dollars and remained unchanged (excepting the national bicentennial issue) until the start of the state quarter program in 1999. This Denver Mint first-year Washington quarter is a lovely Gem with frosty mint luster and rich gold toning at the borders. Population: 92 in 65 (5 in 65+), 2 finer (10/19).(Registry values: N1793)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2448, PCGS# 5791)

    Weight: 6.25 grams

    Metal: 90% Silver, 10% Copper


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    December, 2019
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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