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|Weighing 0.2 oz (5.7 g) and measuring 0.96 inches (24.3 mm) in diameter, this U.S. quarter is a copper-nickel coin containing a copper core clad in a copper and nickel blend. As a copper-nickel coin, this U.S. quarter weighs less than pre-1963 versions due to its copper core. Circulation strikes of this 1983 25-cent piece were run at both the Philadelphia and Denver Mints. The design on this U.S. quarter was commissioned in the early 1930s to commemorate the 200-year anniversary of the birth of President George Washington. The obverse, or “heads” design on this U.S. quarter was designed by the sculptor John Flanagan, whose initials are usually featured at the base of the bust of Washington on this 1983 25-cent piece. The reverse, or “tails” design features an eagle with outstretched wings clutching a bundle of arrows framed by olive branches and was also designed by Flanagan.|
|Sub Geo||Not Available|
|Coinage Type||Circulation Coinage|
|Composition||Copper-Nickel Clad Copper|
|Catalog Number||KM# A164a|
|Coin Name||Washington Quarter|
|Mint Name||U.S. Mint|
|Reverse Description||Regular design resumed|
|General Note||KM#164 design and composition resumed. The 1979-S and 1981 Type II proofs have clearer mint marks than the Type I proofs for those years.|
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