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A beautiful collection of 3 U.S. Mint Silver Coins bearing a reverse design of the American Eagle. Includes the Silver Standing Liberty Quarter (1916-1930), the Silver Washington Quarter (1932-1964), and a 40% Silver JFK Half Dollar (1965-1970). Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Experience since the Mid 1980's American Coin Treasures has become one of the largest coin dealers in the United States. American Coin Treasures collections of coins, jewelry, pocket knives and graded coins makes it a one stop site for all your gift needs.

  • Genuine United States Coins
  • Includes 90% Standing Liberty Quarter, 90% Washington Quarter and 40% silver JFK Half Dollar
  • Includes a Certificate of Authenticity and 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
  • Displayed in a Sealed Protective Acrylic Case

Specifications

  • 1: Silver American Eagle Coin Collection
  • Length: 5.375in.
  • Width: 4.375in.
  • Height: 0.3125in.
  • Weight: 0.19lbs.
  • Brand: American Coin Treasures
  • Coin Type: Various
  • Coin Grade: Circulated
  • Care Instructions: Wipe Clean With A Soft Cloth

Vendor Warranty Terms: 1 Year Parts and Labor | UPM Global 818-734-7500

Product Disclaimer

Quarters    

Washington Quarter:
The United States Treasury initially conceived of a limited issue commemorative coin to honor the bicentennial of George Washington's birth. However, after winning over the American public so convincingly upon its debut in 1932, the new coin was retained indefinitely. The obverse of the coin features the bust of George Washington, while the reverse shows an eagle with expanded wings clutching a bundle of arrows over an olive branch.

The design is the work of sculptor John Flanagan and came about as a result of an open competition held by the U.S. Treasury Department in 1931. A judging panel initially selected the submission of Laura Gardin Fraser (wife of Buffalo Nickel designer, James Earle Fraser) as the winner, but was overruled by Treasury Secretary Andrew W. Mellon, who declared Flanagan's design victorious. Though Mellon cited Flanagan's superior work as his reason for his decision, some believe the truth was that he simply could not bring himself to award first prize to a woman. In 1999, the United States Mint issued a five-dollar commemorative gold piece marking the 200th anniversary of Washington's death which featured Laura Gardin Fraser's design submission from the 1931 Washington Quarter contest.

For the Bicentennial of the United States in 1976, the U.S. Mint held another contest and requested design concepts for a reverse to be used on the Washington Quarter for the celebratory year. Similar competitions for the Bicentennial celebration were also held for the dollar and half-dollar coin designs. An image by Jack L. Ahr, featuring a regimental drummer in colonial army uniform adjacent to a torch surrounded by 13 stars, was chosen to appear on the quarter coin. The dual date of 1776-1976 was added to the obverse. John Flanagan's original design resumed production in 1977.

In 1999, the United States Mint celebrated the debut of the 50 State Quarters program. For every year in the subsequent decade, the Mint released five different reverse designs for the Washington quarter with each design honoring a different State in the Union. States were recognized by order of their entrance into the Union. The District of Columbia and United States Territories were honored in the same manner throughout the year in 2009. In 2010, the United States Mint began a 56-issue series for the Washington Quarter titled America the Beautiful Quarters program. Reverse designs in this series will feature national parks and sites in each of the 50 states, District of Columbia, and U.S. Territories.