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1983 P Washington Quarter Spitting Eagle MS65 NGC Country Label

1983 P Washington Quarter Spitting Eagle MS65 NGC Country Label Obverse
1983-P-Washington-Quarter-Spitting-Eagle-MS65-NGC-Country-Label-Reverse
1983-P-Washington-Quarter-Spitting-Eagle-MS65-NGC-Country-Label
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  • Title: 1983 P Washington Quarter Spitting Eagle MS65 NGC Country Label
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As of July 18, 2013 NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation) announced that it will now attribute the Spitting Eagle variety of the 1983-P Washington Quarters. The variety is identified by a die crack-- a raised line caused by the deterioration of a coining die--near the mouth of the eagle on the reverse. Its location makes it appear that the eagle is spitting.
This variety is reminiscent of the famous 1891-CC VAM-4 Spitting Eagle Morgan Dollar, which features a small die defect near the eagle's mouth.
The 1983-P Spitting Eagle Washington Quarter will appear in the online NGC Census and VarietyPlus attribution catalog beginning on July 23.
See full press release here: NGC Recognizes Spitting Eagle 1983-P Quarters

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