1932 – 1964 Silver Quarters: 90% silver

a image of the Washington silver quarter
Washington Silver Quarter

1932 – 1964 Silver Quarters are 90% silver. These silver quarters along with many other silver coins are classified as “junk silver“, read more about junk silver as an investment. Junk Silver is simply a silver coin that has been used in circulation but now is sold for its silver content instead of the face value.

Listed below are the mintage numbers for each year. The year column lists the year and mint mark on the coin where, D is for Denver, S is for San Francisco, and P is for Philadelphia. Also, a coin without a mint mark means the coin was minted in Philadelphia.

The Mintage column is the number of coins struck and released by the U.S. Mint.

The Numismatic Value Range column represents what people typically pay for that type of coin (usually a very wide price range depending on the condition and demand of the coin). There are some other silver coins that are the most valuable silver coins. The highest selling silver quarters are indeed some of the rare silver coins.

Year Mintage Numismatic Value
1932 5,404,000 $4.00 – $400.00
1932 D 436,800 $200.00 – $1,500.00
1932 S 408,000 $200.00 – $1,500.00
1934 31,912,052 $3.00 – $100.00
1934 D 3,527,200 $4.00 – $1,200.00
1935 32,484,000 $3.00 – $1,500.00
1935 D 5,780,000 $3.00 – $900.00
1935 S 5,660,000 $3.00 – $900.00
1936 41,300,000 $3.00 – $100.00
1936 D 5,374,000 $5.00 – $1,500.00
1936 S 3,828,000 $4.00 – $600.00
1937 19,696,000 $3.50 – $80.00
1937 D 7,189,600 $3.50 – $220.00
1937 S 1,652,000 $4.50 – $400.00
1938 9,472,000 $4.50 – $300.00
1938 S 2,832,000 $4.50 – $300.00
1939 33,540,000 $3.50 – $60.00
1939 D 7,092,000 $3.50 – $130.00
1939 S 2,628,000 $4.50 – $390.00
1940 35,704,000 $3.00 – $60.00
1940 D 2,797,600 $3.00 – $350.00
1940 S 8,244,000 $3.00 – $60.00
1941 79,032,000 $3.00 – $35.00
1941 D 16,714,800 $3.00 – $35.00
1941 S 16,080,000 $3.00 – $35.00
1942 102,096,000 $3.00 – $35.00
1942 D 17,487,200 $3.00 – $35.00
1942 S 19,384,000 $3.00 – $35.00
1943 99,700,000 $3.00 – $30.00
1943 D 16,095,600 $3.00 – $30.00
1943 S 21,700,000 $3.00 – $30.00
1944 104,956,000 $3.00 – $30.00
1944 D 14,600,800 $4.00 – $60.00
1944 S 12,560,000 $4.00 – $60.00
1945 74,372,000 $3.00 – $70.00
1945 D 12,341,600 $3.50 – $70.00
1945 S 17,004,000 $3.50 – $70.00
1946 53,436,000 $3.50 – $50.00
1946 D 9,072,800 $4.00 – $130.00
1946 S 4,204,000 $4.50 – $130.00
1947 22,556,000 $3.00 – $30.00
1947 D 15,388,000 $3.00 – $30.00
1947 S 5,532,000 $3.00 – $125.00
1948 35,196,000 $3.00 – $30.00
1948 D 16,766,800 $3.00 – $30.00
1948 S 15,960,000 $3.00 – $30.00
1949 9,312,000 $3.00 – $30.00
1949 D 10,068,400 $3.00 – $30.00
1950 24,920,126 $3.00 – $30.00
1950 D 21,075,600 $3.00 – $30.00
1950 S 10,284,004 $3.00 – $30.00
1951 43,448,102 $3.00 – $30.00
1951 D 35,354,800 $3.00 – $30.00
1951 S 9,048,000 $3.00 – $30.00
1952 38,780,093 $3.00 – $30.00
1952 D 49,795,200 $3.00 – $30.00
1952 S 13,707,800 $3.00 – $30.00
1953 18,536,120 $3.00 – $30.00
1953 D 56,112,400 $3.00 – $30.00
1953 S 14,016,000 $3.00 – $30.00
1954 54,412,203 $3.00 – $30.00
1954 D 42,305,500 $3.00 – $30.00
1954 S 11,834,722 $3.00 – $30.00
1955 18,180,181 $3.00 – $30.00
1955 D 3,182,400 $5.00 – $250.00
1956 44,144,000 $3.00 – $30.00
1956 D 32,334,500 $3.00 – $30.00
1957 46,532,000 $3.00 – $30.00
1957 D 77,924,160 $3.00 – $30.00
1958 6,360,000 $3.50 – $100.00
1958 D 78,124,900 $3.00 – $30.00
1959 24,384,000 $3.00 – $30.00
1959 D 62,054,232 $3.00 – $30.00
1960 29,164,000 $3.00 – $30.00
1960 D 63,000,324 $3.00 – $30.00
1961 37,036,000 $3.00 – $30.00
1961 D 83,656,928 $3.00 – $30.00
1962 36,156,000 $3.00 – $30.00
1962 D 127,554,756 $3.00 – $30.00
1963 74,316,000 $3.00 – $30.00
1963 D 135,288,184 $3.00 – $30.00
1964 560,390,585 $3.00 – $30.00
1964 D 704,135,528 $3.00 – $30.00

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