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Last Standing Liberty and First Washington Quarter Set

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Overview & Details

Last Standing Liberty and First Washington Quarter Set   
Out with the old; in with the new. This set features the last Standing Liberty and first Washington quarters. They come in hand-selected circulated condition and are ready to be part of your personal collection. Don't miss your chance to bring home these remarkable coins.

What You Get

  • 1930 Standing Liberty quarter
  • 1932 Washington quarter
  • Velvet-covered metal display box   

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The Key Specs

Coin Grade/Condition: Hand-selected circulated condition
Mint Mark: Random Mints
Packaging: Encapsulated

Coin 1

Obverse: Standing Liberty Quarter - Depicts Liberty standing with a shield (symbolizing defense) in one hand and an olive branch (symbolizing peace) in the other Washington Quarter - Portrait of Washington by sculptor John Flanagan
Reverse: Standing Liberty Quarter - Depicts a dramatic eagle in flight Washington Quarter - Eagle with outstretched wings, perched on a bundle of arrows with olive branches beneath Washington Quarter - Inscriptions include "United States of America", "E Pluribus Unum" and "Quarter Dollar"
Composition: 90% silver
Diameter: Approx. 24.3mm (0.96") in diameter each
Weight: Approx. 6.25 grams (0.22 oz.) each

The Basics - Box

Measurements: Approx. 4-1/2"W x 1-1/4"H x 3-3/4" Deep


Last and first transition coins
  • Features the last Standing Liberty quarter and the first Washington quarters issued by the U.S. Mint

1930 Standing Liberty quarter 
  • Designed by famed sculptor Hermon A. MacNeil after he was selected in a competition 
  • First struck in 1916 
  • Part of the movement inspired by President Theodore Roosevelt to create more beautiful and distinctive American coins 
  • This coin was short-lived and last appeared in 1930 
  • Last year of mintage      

1932 Washington quarter 
  • Issued to honor the 200th anniversary of George Washington's birth. (no quarters were minted in 1931) 
  • The obverse of the Washington Quarter depicts a portrait of Washington by sculptor John Flanagan; It was based on a bust by Jean Antoine Houdon that was created during Washington's lifetime 
  • First year of mintage

90% silver
  • Precious metal coins

Hand-selected circulated condition
  • These coins have been hand-picked from the best examples of publicly circulated coins

  • Helps protect coins' condition during storage and display


Last Standing Liberty and First Washington Quarter Set
3 reviews 4.7 out of 5

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  • It is as Presented

    Normally I only Purchase coinage graded 70 or I purchase coins directly from the US Mint. Tho that's not always the case I can make whimsical purchases on occassion...and that's what I did here.This year the Mint is going to produce a "Gold" Standing Liberty coin which I hope to be able to buy...if it's affordable.Because of that I wanted to purchase an original Standing Liberty Quarter. My plan is to show my Grandchildren the two coins...just because I'm fairly certain they've not seen a real Standing Lib. in change.Having the First and Last Coins of any denomination cant be bad either.I would never bother to have either coin graded but gave them 5 stars because there is no disappointment in my purchase...Mike told it like it is & I received exactly what I expected.

    Pan70, NY
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  • last and first

    2 quarter set is very nice

    bggrdd2, DE
    Was this review helpful? 1 out of 3 found this review helpful
  • Quarters, Last & First

    Standing Liberty, should have been a better quality coin. Date not all readable.

    Effort1, MO
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