$500 Face Bag - 2000 Coins - 90% Silver Washington Quarters
This $500 Face Bag of 90% Silver Washington Quarters makes for a fast and easy way for collectors to add 357.5 Troy oz. of silver to their collections. All of these coins are .900 pure and are well trusted because they came from the United States Mint. The coins in this bag bear dates from 1932-1964, after which quarters were no longer minted from silver.
Design of these 90% Silver Washington Quarters
The obverse of these 90% Silver Washington Quarters bears the same John Flanagan design of President George Washington as is borne on modern quarters. Washington faces to the coin’s left. His neck is full, as opposed to truncated, and longer than those on most coinage. His long hair covers most of his ear, and some drops down to the base of his neck. To the lower left is the national motto, “IN GOD WE TRUST.” The word “LIBERTY” is inscribed over Washington’s head, while the bottom portion of the rim has an inscription of the mintage year.
Several arrows serve as the perch for a bald eagle on the reverse. The eagle’s head faces the left side of the image, and its wings are sufficiently spread to reach the inscription that arches over it, “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.” Two olive branches arch up from under the arrows and partially obscure the eagle’s wings. “E PLURIBUS UNUM” (From many, one) is inscribed just above the bird’s head. The inscription “QUARTER DOLLAR” denotes the face value of the coin at the bottom.
Why add this $500 Face Bag of 90% Silver Washington Quarters to your collection?
This $500 Face Bag of 90% Silver Washington Quarters contains 2000 constitutional silver coins. Each coin is 2.2 mm thick and 24.3 mm in diameter, making them easy to carry. For stackers who like to use silver for barter, the 0.18084 Troy oz. of silver contained in each coin make them very convenient for small items, much more so than half oz. and one oz. coins. These coins also make for great educational tools for those explaining changes in American money over the course of the 20th century. Because the silver content of the individual coins is quite small, the coins can serve as token gifts. In small groups, the coins can also be sold or given to stackers who are just starting out.
|Year of Issue:||1932-1964|
|Weight in Grams:||6.25 g|