Washington quarters with the traditional Eagle reverse were last issued 20 years ago in 1998, and you’ll get the last 7 clad Proofs with the Eagle motif. Featuring frosted high-relief images against brilliant mirrorlike surfaces, these “S” mint mark Proofs are premium-quality examples of John Flanagan’s original design. Introduced in 1932 on the bicentennial of George Washington’s birth, these quarters bear a familiar image of the first president. And until 1998, the reverse design featured a stylized spread-winged eagle.
Since 1999, Washington quarters have featured commemorative reverse designs minted for a limited time only. These Statehood, U.S. Territory and National Park designs have been so popular that the classic Eagle reverse may never be seen again. Don’t miss this opportunity to get the last seven Eagle reverse clad Proofs – specially produced in limited quantities for collectors at the San Francisco Mint two decades ago. Order these high-quality Proof quarters today and SAVE off single coin prices!
- Mint Mark: San Francisco
- Product Type: Sets
- Year: Mixed Years
- Material: Clad