1940-D Silver Washington Quarter VG

1940 D Silver Washington Quarter VG.
1940-D Silver Washington Quarter VG, 2008
Digital C Print, 1/10, 8x10"

Washington silver quarters were minted 1932-1964 and contain 90% silver and 10% copper, unlike todays "Johnson sandwich," that is composed predominately of copper with 8.33% nickel. The 1940 Denver mint coin was not the rarest minted of the Washington silver quarters but it is among the most difficult to find in high grades. Circulated coin, very good condition.

Up for bid is an original photograph of the above described coin by artist, Erik Dalzen. The photograph measures 8x10 inches. Limited edition. Signed, numbered (1/10), and dated on the back.

Auction ends 10.21.2008 14:25:18 PDT - bid

Sold for $7.50

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I'm doing a project on Nevada and I'm wondering if a quarter is made of copper and silver, is that true? I mean today's quarter. I also have yet another question.
Is copper and silver natural resources?