Gold: 1901.04 5.14
Silver: 24.22 0.13
Platinum: 872.10 25.41
Palladium: 2329.36 3.38
How much are my U.S. Washington Quarters (Proof) worth?





About Washington Quarters (Proof)

While Washington quarters have been struck since 1932, the first proofs were not issued until 1936, when the United States Mint resumed the production of proof coinage following a two-decade hiatus. Proofs were issued from 1936 through 1942, when World War II economic pressures and other overriding needs led to yet another break from proof coinage, which lasted from 1943 through 1949.

Production of proof coins resumed in 1950 and continued until 1964, when a nationwide coin shortage brought a three-year moratorium on the proof coins. From 1965 through 1967, which marks the beginning of the copper-nickel clad era for Washington quarters, the United States Mint struck special mint sets, which offered collectors coins of proof-like quality. When regular proof returned in 1968, production of these special collectibles was transferred from the Philadelphia Mint to San Francisco.

In 1975 and 1976, the United States Mint honored the nation?s bicentennial with the striking of ?1776-1976? dual-dated quarters bearing the visage of a Colonial-era drummer boy on the reverse. Most 1776-1976 proof bicentennial quarters were made from copper-nickel clad, though a few million were made with a 40% silver composition.

The coin?s original heraldic eagle design returned in 1977. The United States Mint gave collectors the special option beginning in 1992 to buy 90% silver proof sets, which meant the production of the first 90% silver Washington quarters since nearly three decades earlier, in 1964. These 90% silver Washington quarters were struck until 1998, which marked the end of the heraldic eagle design. The following year saw the beginning of the wildly popular 50 State Quarters series.



TYPE COIN

U.S. Coin Values

1936-1942 25c PR [Type]

U.S. Coin Values

1936 25c PR

Mintage: 3,837

U.S. Coin Values

1937 25c PR

Mintage: 5,542

U.S. Coin Values

1938 25c PR

Mintage: 8,045

U.S. Coin Values

1939 25c PR

Mintage: 8,795

U.S. Coin Values

1940 25c PR

Mintage: 11,246

U.S. Coin Values

1941 25c PR

Mintage: 15,287

U.S. Coin Values

1942 25c PR

Mintage: 21,123

U.S. Coin Values

1950 25c PR

Mintage: 51,386

U.S. Coin Values

1950 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 51,386

U.S. Coin Values

1950 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 51,386

U.S. Coin Values

1951 25c PR

Mintage: 57,500

U.S. Coin Values

1951 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 57,500

U.S. Coin Values

1951 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 57,500

U.S. Coin Values

1952 25c PR

Mintage: 81,980

U.S. Coin Values

1952 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 81,980

U.S. Coin Values

1952 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 81,980

U.S. Coin Values

1953 25c PR

Mintage: 128,800

U.S. Coin Values

1953 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 128,800

U.S. Coin Values

1953 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 128,800

U.S. Coin Values

1954 25c PR

Mintage: 233,300

U.S. Coin Values

1954 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 233,300

U.S. Coin Values

1954 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 233,300

U.S. Coin Values

1955 25c PR

Mintage: 378,200

U.S. Coin Values

1955 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 378,200

U.S. Coin Values

1955 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 378,200

U.S. Coin Values

1956 25c PR

Mintage: 669,384

U.S. Coin Values

1956 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 669,384

U.S. Coin Values

1956 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 669,384

U.S. Coin Values

1957 25c PR

Mintage: 1,247,952

U.S. Coin Values

1957 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 1,247,952

U.S. Coin Values

1957 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 1,247,952

U.S. Coin Values

1958 25c PR

Mintage: 875,652

U.S. Coin Values

1958 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 875,652

U.S. Coin Values

1958 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 875,652

U.S. Coin Values

1959 25c PR

Mintage: 1,149,291

U.S. Coin Values

1959 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 1,149,291

U.S. Coin Values

1959 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 1,149,291

U.S. Coin Values

1960 25c PR

Mintage: 1,691,602

U.S. Coin Values

1960 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 1,691,602

U.S. Coin Values

1960 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 1,691,602

U.S. Coin Values

1961 25c PR

Mintage: 3,028,244

U.S. Coin Values

1961 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 3,028,244

U.S. Coin Values

1961 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 3,028,244

U.S. Coin Values

1962 25c PR

Mintage: 3,218,019

U.S. Coin Values

1962 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 3,218,019

U.S. Coin Values

1962 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 3,218,019

U.S. Coin Values

1963 25c PR

Mintage: 3,075,645

U.S. Coin Values

1963 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 3,075,645

U.S. Coin Values

1963 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 3,075,645

U.S. Coin Values

1964 25c PR

Mintage: 3,950,762

U.S. Coin Values

1964 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 3,950,762

U.S. Coin Values

1964 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 3,950,762

U.S. Coin Values

1968-S 25c PR

Mintage: 3,041,506

U.S. Coin Values

1968-S 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 3,041,506

U.S. Coin Values

1968-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 3,041,506

U.S. Coin Values

1969-S 25c PR

Mintage: 2,934,631

U.S. Coin Values

1969-S 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 2,934,631

U.S. Coin Values

1969-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 2,934,631

U.S. Coin Values

1970-S 25c PR

Mintage: 2,632,810

U.S. Coin Values

1970-S 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 2,632,810

U.S. Coin Values

1970-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 2,632,810

U.S. Coin Values

1971-S 25c PR

Mintage: 3,220,733

U.S. Coin Values

1971-S 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 3,220,733

U.S. Coin Values

1971-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 3,220,733

U.S. Coin Values

1972-S 25c PR

Mintage: 3,260,996

U.S. Coin Values

1972-S 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 3,260,996

U.S. Coin Values

1972-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 3,260,996

U.S. Coin Values

1973-S 25c PR

Mintage: 2,760,339

U.S. Coin Values

1973-S 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 2,760,339

U.S. Coin Values

1973-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 2,760,339

U.S. Coin Values

1974-S 25c PR

Mintage: 2,612,568

U.S. Coin Values

1974-S 25c PR CAM

Mintage: 2,612,568

U.S. Coin Values

1974-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 2,612,568

U.S. Coin Values

1976-S 25c PR DCAM Clad

Mintage: 7,059,099

U.S. Coin Values

1976-S 25c PR DCAM Silver

Mintage: 4,000,000

U.S. Coin Values

1977-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 3,251,152

U.S. Coin Values

1978-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 3,127,781

U.S. Coin Values

1979-S 25c PR DCAM Type 1

Mintage: 3,677,175

U.S. Coin Values

1979-S 25c PR DCAM Type 2

Mintage: 3,677,175

U.S. Coin Values

1980-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 3,554,806

U.S. Coin Values

1981-S 25c PR DCAM Type 1

Mintage: 4,063,083

U.S. Coin Values

1981-S 25c PR DCAM Type 2

Mintage: 4,063,083

U.S. Coin Values

1982-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 3,857,479

U.S. Coin Values

1983-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 3,279,126

U.S. Coin Values

1984-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 3,065,110

U.S. Coin Values

1985-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 3,362,821

U.S. Coin Values

1986-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 3,010,497

U.S. Coin Values

1987-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 4,227,728

U.S. Coin Values

1988-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 3,262,948

U.S. Coin Values

1989-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 3,220,194

U.S. Coin Values

1990-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 3,299,559

U.S. Coin Values

1991-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 2,867,787

U.S. Coin Values

1992-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 2,858,981

U.S. Coin Values

1992-S 25c PR DCAM Silver

Mintage: 1,317,579

U.S. Coin Values

1993-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 2,633,439

U.S. Coin Values

1993-S 25c PR DCAM Silver

Mintage: 761,353

U.S. Coin Values

1994-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 2,484,594

U.S. Coin Values

1994-S 25c PR DCAM Silver

Mintage: 785,329

U.S. Coin Values

1995-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 2,117,496

U.S. Coin Values

1995-S 25c PR DCAM Silver

Mintage: 679,985

U.S. Coin Values

1996-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 1,750,244

U.S. Coin Values

1996-S 25c PR DCAM Silver

Mintage: 775,021

U.S. Coin Values

1997-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 2,055,000

U.S. Coin Values

1997-S 25c PR DCAM Silver

Mintage: 741,678

U.S. Coin Values

1998-S 25c PR DCAM

Mintage: 2,086,507

U.S. Coin Values

1998-S 25c PR DCAM Silver

Mintage: 878,792


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