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$100 Face Bag - 400 Coins - 90% Silver Washington Quarters
These 90% Silver Washington Quarters have dates from 1932-1964. At .900 purity, these coins are considered constitutional silver. This bag offers collectors the opportunity to make a substantial addition to their stacks in a single purchase. Each of these 400 coins has approximately .18084 Troy oz. of silver, meaning that the bag contains a total of 71.5 Troy oz.
Design of these 90% Silver Washington Quarters
The obverse of these 90% Silver Washington Quarters features John Flanagan’s 1932 design, which he based on Jean-Antoine Houdon’s 1786 bust of President Washington. Washington faces directly to the left of the coin. His curly hair almost completely covers his ear, and much of it is held back in a ponytail. The national motto, “IN GOD WE TRUST,” is inscribed under Washington’s chin on the left. The word “LIBERTY” arches over his head, taking up roughly the top quarter of the rim. The date of mintage of each coin is inscribed at the bottom under the effigy.
On the reverse of the coin, an eagle is perched on a bundle of arrows. The eagle’s wings are spread, and its head is turned toward the left of the coin. Two olive branches arch under the arrows. Over the eagle’s head and between the tops of its wings are the words “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” which is Latin for “From many, one.” That motto is taken from the Great Seal of the United States. Along the top half of the rim is the name of the country that issued the coin, “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,” while the face value, “QUARTER DOLLAR,” is inscribed under the olive branches.
Why add this $100 Face Bag of 90% Silver Washington Quarters to your collection?
This $100 Face Bag of 90% Silver Washington Quarters makes a great addition for those looking to add constitutional silver to their holdings. Individually or in groups, the coins can make for good small gifts, as well as be used to educate those who are unaware of changes in American coinage over the years. They are especially useful in explaining America’s move away from gold and silver. Appropriately for constitutional silver, both faces of the coin feature images that are significant in American history, including the first president and the national bird, the bald eagle, which appears on all American coinage by law.
|Year of Issue:||1932-1964|
|Quantity:||$100 Face Value Bag - 400 Coins|
|Weight in Grams:||5.624 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||0.1808 oz|
|Legal Tender:||United States|
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