A silver U.S. Washington quarter from 1932, with a "D" mintmark - Denver mint. PCGS AU-58 (About Uncirculated) condition, with light wear, partial mint luster, and attractive toning on both sides. This listing is for the exact coin pictured.
Specifications: The coin measures 26mm in diameter (same size as a modern quarter), weighs 6.25g, and is made of .900 fine silver. Free shipping via USPS First Class - arrives in 2-5 business days.
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