Number of Required Coins : 80

Current Finest Possible Set Rating : 61.948

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As is true with the Roosevelt dime, the Washington quarter lost its silver content in 1965. It is called "clad coinage" today, but in 1965 it was called "sandwich money" and/or "funny money." The reverse was changed for the bicentennial, then switched back to the basic design through 1998.

Notes: This set is a work in progress. As new varieties are graded, they may be added to the set.

All-Time Finest (All Eras)View PCGS Era
RankCollection% CompleteWeighted GPASet Rating
1 Wondercoins' Complete Clad Washington Quarter Variety Set (Circ. St.) 90.00% 65.24 49.18
2 jwb1040 Click to view Set Images 88.75% 65.08 47.60
3 The Diehl Washington Quarter Collection Click to Contact OwnerClick to view Set Images 88.75% 65.32 45.82
4 Two Bits Click to Contact OwnerClick to view Set Images 85.00% 65.13 42.77
5 Nye's Folly Click to Contact Owner 83.75% 66.38 40.13
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Current Finest
RankCollection% CompleteWeighted GPASet Rating
1 Wondercoins' Complete Clad Washington Quarter Variety Set (Circ. St.) 90.00% 65.24 49.18
2 jwb1040 Click to view Set Images 88.75% 65.08 47.60
3 The Diehl Washington Quarter Collection Click to Contact OwnerClick to view Set Images 88.75% 65.32 45.82
4 Two Bits Click to Contact OwnerClick to view Set Images 85.00% 65.13 42.77
5 Nye's Folly Click to Contact Owner 83.75% 66.38 40.13
6 lostmountainman Click to view Set Images 81.25% 66.31 37.12
7 QuarterMan Click to view Set Images 80.00% 65.60 35.74
8 OTS49 Click to Contact Owner 70.00% 65.14 31.60
9 ajia Click to Contact Owner 62.50% 65.03 28.15
10 Cen-Cal 45.00% 63.87 21.45
11 CoronaCoins 50.00% 65.83 20.63
12 ACM Click to Contact Owner 31.25% 64.33 14.40