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1932-S Washington Quarter NGC F-15

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  • Title: 1932-S Washington Quarter NGC F-15

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The 1932-S Washington Quarter is a highly sought after coin, being of the lowest mintage of the series at 408,000 coins. The coin was struck at the San Francisco Mint with a purity of 90% silver. It is one of the two key date coins of the entire history of the Washington Quarter Series. The coin offered here is graded by NGC as F-15, having wear that does not obliterate all the fine details of the coin.

Obverse

The obverse design was created by John Flanagan and features a likeness of a bust of Washington sculpted by Jean-Antoine Houdon in 1785. This design was also used on several commemorative coins and medals. Washington faces left, with the word Liberty above, year below, and the motto “In God We Trust” to the left with the mint mark below. This Washington obverse image has been used on quarter-dollars since 1932 and continues to be used today.

Reverse

The reverse, also designed by Flanagan, shows a heraldic eagle holding arrows in its talons. An olive branch is shown below the arrows and the face value of Quarter Dollar is below that. Above the eagle is United States of America and the motto E. Pluribus Unum.

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