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W Quarter Pricing Continues To Be Strong Heading In To 2024

WQuarterFreddieWQuarterFreddie Posts: 2,548 ✭✭✭✭✭
edited December 30, 2023 5:30AM in U.S. Coin Forum

Just checked Ebay completed sales and I am happy to report that W quarter 2019 and 2020 complete sets are still selling for well over $120/set 2 -3 years after issue.😎

Love to see how the naysayers on this forum continue to be wrong about their importance and value in the coin collector market.πŸ˜‚πŸ€£

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  • WQuarterFreddieWQuarterFreddie Posts: 2,548 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @davewesen said:
    what is the total mintage of the 10 issues?

    I have yet to find one in circulation.

    2 million of each issue. 😎

  • Jzyskowski1Jzyskowski1 Posts: 6,651 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited December 29, 2022 5:03AM

    Well now @ davewesen
    It seems I’m in good company. I too, know the pain of never ever finding one in the wild. πŸ˜‰
    And there’s more of us😁

    🎢 shout shout, let it all out 🎢

  • Joe_360Joe_360 Posts: 1,577 ✭✭✭✭✭

    I have 3 W coins on eBay at this moment

  • 7Jaguars7Jaguars Posts: 7,185 ✭✭✭✭✭

    The oddest thing is that I find myself drawn to these "W"s far more than any other circulating US issues, and maybe see them as my favorite overall. As I got a couple of extra right here on the Boards, I have given them as gifts to some of my very best friends who like coins and did not get them (extras are all gone).
    As the case with many other issues, I somewhat have questions with just how these are graded as there does NOT seem to be consistency at all with regards to that. I only mention this because I have wanted to get graded 66 coins (I have none so far) but find many that would not IMHO make that grade and so pass; just can't see the extra value for the 67s but wouldn't kick them out of bed.

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  • WQuarterFreddieWQuarterFreddie Posts: 2,548 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @7Jaguars said:
    The oddest thing is that I find myself drawn to these "W"s far more than any other circulating US issues, and maybe see them as my favorite overall. As I got a couple of extra right here on the Boards, I have given them as gifts to some of my very best friends who like coins and did not get them (extras are all gone).
    As the case with many other issues, I somewhat have questions with just how these are graded as there does NOT seem to be consistency at all with regards to that. I only mention this because I have wanted to get graded 66 coins (I have none so far) but find many that would not IMHO make that grade and so pass; just can't see the extra value for the 67s but wouldn't kick them out of bed.

    I agree with your comment about the inconsistencies of grades for these coins. It seems in my opinion that the first coins submitted for each variation received a higher grade than later coins in the same condition.

    Just my opinion and experience after submitting and being awarded 3 PCGS First Discovery W Quarters then sending many more for grading within days and weeks of my initial submission.

    I miss the thrill of the hunt!😎

  • WQuarterFreddieWQuarterFreddie Posts: 2,548 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @ricko said:
    I will add myself to the list of those who have never found one in change... Though I did find one - the only one I have found - in a Coinstar reject slot. Weird. I do a lot of shopping (stores, restaurants) with cash... and check my quarters when I get them. Seems strange after a couple of years of circulating coins, not to have received one in change. Cheers, RickO

    Personally, I still haven't found one in the wild. Found all of mine CRH but I still check every quarter I receive in change. I find myself sometimes having to explain to a cashier why I am looking at the quarter when they wonder why I am looking so intently at my change!πŸ€£πŸ˜‚

  • rickoricko Posts: 98,724 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @WQuarterFreddie ... I know the feeling... Had to explain to the clerk a couple of times. Cheers, RickO

  • MaywoodMaywood Posts: 1,840 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @WQuarterFreddie said: Love to see how the naysayers on this forum continue to be wrong about their importance and value in the coin collector market.

    I've never really had an opinion on these and have actually found 1-2 accidentally, but I guess I'd be counted among the "naysayers" you mentioned. My question(s) is simple: What exactly is the importance of these coins?? How are they historically significant??

  • coinbufcoinbuf Posts: 10,624 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited December 29, 2022 8:21AM

    @ricko said:
    Seems strange after a couple of years of circulating coins, not to have received one in change. Cheers, RickO

    Not strange at all, the bounty that PCGS placed on these coins for the first discovery had thousands of flippers and roll searchers buying up all the rolls from banks and bags from the mint looking for these coins. So in reality very few actually circulated thru the commerce channels. That is why these are not rare or difficult to find already slabbed but were/are difficult to find in circulation. I suspect that once the mint does a similar new program in the future the prices for these will drop. Collectors, and especially flippers, are always drawn to the new hot thing, however once there is a new hot thing the old thing is forgotten.

    This also explains why these have remained somewhat high in the secondary market, no new flashy bauble to be promoted and attract attention.

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  • OAKSTAROAKSTAR Posts: 5,491 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @Maywood said:
    @WQuarterFreddie said: Love to see how the naysayers on this forum continue to be wrong about their importance and value in the coin collector market.

    My question(s) is simple: What exactly is the importance of these coins?? How are they historically significant??

    I'm not an expert but my initial thought was the low mintage.

    Disclaimer: I'm not a dealer, trader, grader, investor or professional numismatist. I'm just a hobbyist. (To protect me but mostly you! 🀣 )

  • OAKSTAROAKSTAR Posts: 5,491 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @coinbuf said:

    @ricko said:
    Seems strange after a couple of years of circulating coins, not to have received one in change. Cheers, RickO

    Not strange at all, the bounty that PCGS placed on these coins for the first discovery had thousands of flippers and roll searchers buying up all the rolls from banks and bags from the mint looking for these coins. So in reality very few actually circulated thru the commerce channels. That is why these are not rare or difficult to find already slabbed but were/are difficult to find in circulation. I suspect that once the mint does a similar new program in the future the prices for these will drop. Collectors, and especially flippers, are always drawn to the new hot thing, however once there is a new hot thing the old thing is forgotten.

    This also explains why these have remained somewhat high in the secondary market, no new flashy bauble to be promoted and attract attention.

    The first discovery thing meant very little to me. I believe it's the grade that counts. 67's or 68's. I haven't checked lately. Don't believe there are many 68's out there.

    Disclaimer: I'm not a dealer, trader, grader, investor or professional numismatist. I'm just a hobbyist. (To protect me but mostly you! 🀣 )

  • MaywoodMaywood Posts: 1,840 ✭✭✭✭✭

    First off, I wouldn't consider 2million of any circulating coin to be "low mintage" even in today's world. Second, I wonder if the Mint released them all into circulation. Finally, how does a high price by collectors to have what they can't find make something important to the market-place??

    I would ask the OP to comment on that last point since he's the one who made it.

  • WQuarterFreddieWQuarterFreddie Posts: 2,548 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @Maywood said:
    @WQuarterFreddie said: Love to see how the naysayers on this forum continue to be wrong about their importance and value in the coin collector market.

    I've never really had an opinion on these and have actually found 1-2 accidentally, but I guess I'd be counted among the "naysayers" you mentioned. My question(s) is simple: What exactly is the importance of these coins?? How are they historically significant??

    Direct answer is the fact that these are the only quarters with a W mint mark. Personally I wasn't happy when they decided to issue them again in 2020 but at least they added the V75 privy mark.

    I am curious as to what makes any U.S. Mint coin historically significant to anyone other than their rarity or their commemoration of a significant event, person, place or thing.

    In the case of W quarters I believe these fall under the rarity (only 2 million of each) and the commemoration of the West Point Mint in 2019 along with in 2020 the 75th anniversary of the end of WWII.😎

  • OAKSTAROAKSTAR Posts: 5,491 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @Maywood said:
    First off, I wouldn't consider 2million of any circulating coin to be "low mintage" even in today's world.

    Compared to over 500 million for some of the ATB quarters? Okay.

    Disclaimer: I'm not a dealer, trader, grader, investor or professional numismatist. I'm just a hobbyist. (To protect me but mostly you! 🀣 )

  • WQuarterFreddieWQuarterFreddie Posts: 2,548 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @Maywood said:
    First off, I wouldn't consider 2million of any circulating coin to be "low mintage" even in today's world. Second, I wonder if the Mint released them all into circulation. Finally, how does a high price by collectors to have what they can't find make something important to the market-place??

    I would ask the OP to comment on that last point since he's the one who made it.

    Since you asked...πŸ˜‚πŸ€£

    The U.S. Mint made over 1.6 billion quarters in 2019 and over 2.7 billion in 2020. I think 2 million of each W quarter qualifies as low mintage. I already answered your importance question in my previous post.

    Link provided:

    https://www.coinnews.net/2021/01/22/u-s-mint-produces-14-77-billion-coins-for-circulation-in-2020/

  • WQuarterFreddieWQuarterFreddie Posts: 2,548 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @coinbuf said:

    @OAKSTAR said:

    @coinbuf said:

    @ricko said:
    Seems strange after a couple of years of circulating coins, not to have received one in change. Cheers, RickO

    Not strange at all, the bounty that PCGS placed on these coins for the first discovery had thousands of flippers and roll searchers buying up all the rolls from banks and bags from the mint looking for these coins. So in reality very few actually circulated thru the commerce channels. That is why these are not rare or difficult to find already slabbed but were/are difficult to find in circulation. I suspect that once the mint does a similar new program in the future the prices for these will drop. Collectors, and especially flippers, are always drawn to the new hot thing, however once there is a new hot thing the old thing is forgotten.

    This also explains why these have remained somewhat high in the secondary market, no new flashy bauble to be promoted and attract attention.

    The first discovery thing meant very little to me. I believe it's the grade that counts. 67's or 68's. I haven't checked lately. Don't believe there are many 68's out there.

    It means even less to me, but that is not the point. That bounty offered by PCGS helped to create the buzz and stir interest in what is otherwise a very meaningless coin. And by extension it also means that practically the entire mintage was saved, and most slabbed, before those coins could get into the commerce channels. As with any coin the highest grades will continue to be sought after by registry players and those coins will continue to see high prices for an extended period, but the average run of the mill MS64 and MS65 coins will drop over time as the novelty wears off. How long that will take is the unknown variable, thus the op's chest thumping is premature, come back in twenty years and then we will know if these W quarters have a place at the table.

    I'm not saying these will not be collected in the coming years, I just think the prices will see a downward trend.

    Well my friend, I hope I will still be able to post in 20 years!πŸ€£πŸ˜‚

    The chest thumping a few of you are referring to is my way of expressing how frustrating it was back in 2019 and 2020 when some members felt the need to discount or try to discredit the value and importance of these coins.

    Quite frankly it was and still is disrespectful to me and others who collect, trade and sell them.

    I have never made a negative comment about what someone else hunts and collects although I have been tempted because there are more than a few that I find puzzling.πŸ˜‚πŸ€£

  • VasantiVasanti Posts: 435 ✭✭✭✭

    I’d like a complete set in 68. That would be pretty cool.

  • WQuarterFreddieWQuarterFreddie Posts: 2,548 ✭✭✭✭✭

    .

    @Vasanti said:
    I’d like a complete set in 68. That would be pretty cool.

    And VERY expensive!πŸ€‘πŸ€‘πŸ€‘πŸ€£πŸ˜‚

  • joeykoinsjoeykoins Posts: 14,762 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited December 29, 2022 9:26AM

    @Vasanti said:
    I’d like a complete set in 68. That would be pretty cool.

    If I remember? :*
    In one of my Giveaways, I sent a lucky member here, a full set! Yes, it was all 10 W's. Not in 68's but all raw. I can't seem to remember exactly who that was? I'll have to check in my archives.
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  • Project NumismaticsProject Numismatics Posts: 1,284 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @coinbuf - Most of these have not been slabbed. Check the PCGS and NGC pops against 2M minted. PCGS total pops appear to be ~1,500 to ~12,000, depending on issue. Not a small number, but certainly not most of 2,000,000.

  • FlyingAlFlyingAl Posts: 2,760 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @joeykoins said:

    @Vasanti said:
    I’d like a complete set in 68. That would be pretty cool.

    If I remember? :*
    In one of my Giveaways, I sent a lucky member here, a full set! Yes, it was all 10 W's. Not in 68's but all raw. I can't seem to remember exactly who that was? I'll have to check in my archives.
    :D

    That was me Joey! Great coins, thanks!

  • MaywoodMaywood Posts: 1,840 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @WQuarterFreddie said: I am curious as to what makes any U.S. Mint coin historically significant to anyone other than their rarity or their commemoration of a significant event, person, place or thing.

    Finding a 1965 Quarter in circulation should be more important to a collector than finding a "W" Quarter in the same handful of coins, but it won't be. Why?? Because the "W" Quarter would be worth more. The promotion alluded to by @coinbuf and the actions of the Mint pumped up the price. Anything with value suddenly seems important.

  • MaywoodMaywood Posts: 1,840 ✭✭✭✭✭

    NGC seems to be making a concerted effort to beat PCGS in Moderns and these pop numbers show they may be winning. I wonder how many will end up in the 10 holders??

  • Joe_360Joe_360 Posts: 1,577 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @Maywood said:
    First off, I wouldn't consider 2million of any circulating coin to be "low mintage" even in today's world. Second, I wonder if the Mint released them all into circulation. Finally, how does a high price by collectors to have what they can't find make something important to the market-place??

    I would ask the OP to comment on that last point since he's the one who made it.

    Agree to disagree, 2 million is a low mintage in comparison to how many of P&D's are minted. Also, since they were mixed with commercial coinage, many got put into circulation and no longer hold up.

    I can only answer you below question with that I have made several $$$$ selling (still) and have never had a problem doing so. The marketplace is still alive and well (stooled from Jonny Winters..)

    Finally, how does a high price by collectors to have what they can't find make something important to the market-place??

  • jmlanzafjmlanzaf Posts: 31,333 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @WQuarterFreddie said:

    @Maywood said:
    First off, I wouldn't consider 2million of any circulating coin to be "low mintage" even in today's world. Second, I wonder if the Mint released them all into circulation. Finally, how does a high price by collectors to have what they can't find make something important to the market-place??

    I would ask the OP to comment on that last point since he's the one who made it.

    Since you asked...πŸ˜‚πŸ€£

    The U.S. Mint made over 1.6 billion quarters in 2019 and over 2.7 billion in 2020. I think 2 million of each W quarter qualifies as low mintage. I already answered your importance question in my previous post.

    Link provided:

    https://www.coinnews.net/2021/01/22/u-s-mint-produces-14-77-billion-coins-for-circulation-in-2020/

    2 million is lowER than a billion. That doesn't make it "low". 50 million is also much lower than a billion. The comparison has to be to the number of collectors not the number of noncollectable coins.

  • Joe_360Joe_360 Posts: 1,577 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @OAKSTAR said:
    Just for the record ricko, I know you have received at least one in the mail from a member here free of charge! πŸ˜‰

    I also offered, but was beaten to the punch... San Antonio, yes?

  • WQuarterFreddieWQuarterFreddie Posts: 2,548 ✭✭✭✭✭

    .

    @coinbuf said:

    @WQuarterFreddie said:

    @coinbuf said:

    @OAKSTAR said:

    @coinbuf said:

    @ricko said:
    Seems strange after a couple of years of circulating coins, not to have received one in change. Cheers, RickO

    Not strange at all, the bounty that PCGS placed on these coins for the first discovery had thousands of flippers and roll searchers buying up all the rolls from banks and bags from the mint looking for these coins. So in reality very few actually circulated thru the commerce channels. That is why these are not rare or difficult to find already slabbed but were/are difficult to find in circulation. I suspect that once the mint does a similar new program in the future the prices for these will drop. Collectors, and especially flippers, are always drawn to the new hot thing, however once there is a new hot thing the old thing is forgotten.

    This also explains why these have remained somewhat high in the secondary market, no new flashy bauble to be promoted and attract attention.

    The first discovery thing meant very little to me. I believe it's the grade that counts. 67's or 68's. I haven't checked lately. Don't believe there are many 68's out there.

    It means even less to me, but that is not the point. That bounty offered by PCGS helped to create the buzz and stir interest in what is otherwise a very meaningless coin. And by extension it also means that practically the entire mintage was saved, and most slabbed, before those coins could get into the commerce channels. As with any coin the highest grades will continue to be sought after by registry players and those coins will continue to see high prices for an extended period, but the average run of the mill MS64 and MS65 coins will drop over time as the novelty wears off. How long that will take is the unknown variable, thus the op's chest thumping is premature, come back in twenty years and then we will know if these W quarters have a place at the table.

    I'm not saying these will not be collected in the coming years, I just think the prices will see a downward trend.

    Well my friend, I hope I will still be able to post in 20 years!πŸ€£πŸ˜‚

    The chest thumping a few of you are referring to is my way of expressing how frustrating it was back in 2019 and 2020 when some members felt the need to discount or try to discredit the value and importance of these coins.

    Quite frankly it was and still is disrespectful to me and others who collect, trade and sell them.

    I have never made a negative comment about what someone else hunts and collects although I have been tempted because there are more than a few that I find puzzling.πŸ˜‚πŸ€£

    I hope you are still around in twenty years too, heck I hope we all are still around in twenty years. I don't think anyone was disrespecting you or those that collect these, I was/am one that sees little value or historic significance in these coins at this time. And while I do not consider myself a collector of the W quarters I did manage to put together an almost complete set from circulation.

    I get that these were important to you as you were/are making money on these coins, but just because others here are not excited or interested in promoting these coins is not disrespecting you, simply a different perspective on the value or significance of these coins.

    W quarters are still in the first quarter of the game, barely past the opening kickoff really. Far too soon to make claims about the long term value or collectability of these coins imo. Especially for an issue where so much of the population has been saved in mint state.

    To set the record straight, I don't have a problem with you or your comments. You and I are having a discussion and I appreciate you taking the time to comment.

    However, please don't dismiss my feelings towards other members who have clearly disrespected the W quarters in the past. I have no interest in trying to convince you otherwise so I will just agree to disagree.

    Also, my interest in W quarters is much more than just making money as I am sure the coins you care about are more than that to you. I didn't make assumptions about your reason for collecting so please don't do that to me.

    Enjoy the rest of your day.😎

  • Joe_360Joe_360 Posts: 1,577 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @Maywood said:
    @WQuarterFreddie said: I am curious as to what makes any U.S. Mint coin historically significant to anyone other than their rarity or their commemoration of a significant event, person, place or thing.

    Finding a 1965 Quarter in circulation should be more important to a collector than finding a "W" Quarter in the same handful of coins, but it won't be. Why?? Because the "W" Quarter would be worth more. The promotion alluded to by @coinbuf and the actions of the Mint pumped up the price. Anything with value suddenly seems important.

    Disagree again, I actual save 1965 quarters, and I find more of them CRH than I do W's, so the W's are also rarer... So not only because of worth/value.... And I a coin collector

  • Joe_360Joe_360 Posts: 1,577 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @WQuarterFreddie
    Don't foret t

    @jmlanzaf said:

    The U.S. Mint made over 1.6 billion quarters in 2019 and over 2.7 billion in 2020. I think 2 million of each W quarter qualifies as low mintage. I already answered your importance question in my previous post.

    Link provided:

    https://www.coinnews.net/2021/01/22/u-s-mint-produces-14-77-billion-coins-for-circulation-in-2020/

    2 million is lowER than a billion. That doesn't make it "low". 50 million is also much lower than a billion. The comparison has to be to the number of collectors not the number of noncollectable coins.

    I respect you and your opinions, but it's not only the mintage alone; you had to find these in the wild (in uncirculated condition), they were not a mint product for purchase. So yes, 175,000 V75 ASE is a lower mintage, BUT you had to purchase, so 2 million modern quarters in circulation is considered low IMO.

    Forget low mintage, call it a "Key issue",

  • Jzyskowski1Jzyskowski1 Posts: 6,651 ✭✭✭✭✭

    How do you guys think about this years S uncirculated quarters with a mintage under 300,000?

    🎢 shout shout, let it all out 🎢

  • OAKSTAROAKSTAR Posts: 5,491 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited December 29, 2022 5:08PM

    @Joe_360 said:

    @OAKSTAR said:
    Just for the record @ricko, I know you have received at least one in the mail from a member here free of charge! πŸ˜‰

    I also offered, but was beaten to the punch... San Antonio, yes?

    I actually don't remember which one it was. @ricko would remember.

    Disclaimer: I'm not a dealer, trader, grader, investor or professional numismatist. I'm just a hobbyist. (To protect me but mostly you! 🀣 )

  • OAKSTAROAKSTAR Posts: 5,491 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited December 29, 2022 12:53PM

    @Maywood said:
    @WQuarterFreddie said: I am curious as to what makes any U.S. Mint coin historically significant to anyone other than their rarity or their commemoration of a significant event, person, place or thing.

    Finding a 1965 Quarter in circulation should be more important to a collector than finding a "W" Quarter in the same handful of coins, but it won't be. Why?? Because the "W" Quarter would be worth more. The promotion alluded to by @coinbuf and the actions of the Mint pumped up the price. Anything with value suddenly seems important.

    A 1965 quarter in circulation "should" be more important to a collector? Really? Unless I'm misunderstanding you, they minted almost 2 Billion 1965 quarters. I throw them back all the time.

    Disclaimer: I'm not a dealer, trader, grader, investor or professional numismatist. I'm just a hobbyist. (To protect me but mostly you! 🀣 )

  • OAKSTAROAKSTAR Posts: 5,491 ✭✭✭✭✭

    BTW I just checked the top pop number for all three TPG'ers. The number have really jumped for 68's since I last checked!

    Disclaimer: I'm not a dealer, trader, grader, investor or professional numismatist. I'm just a hobbyist. (To protect me but mostly you! 🀣 )

  • joeykoinsjoeykoins Posts: 14,762 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited December 29, 2022 1:15PM

    @FlyingAl said:

    @joeykoins said:

    @Vasanti said:
    I’d like a complete set in 68. That would be pretty cool.

    If I remember? :*
    In one of my Giveaways, I sent a lucky member here, a full set! Yes, it was all 10 W's. Not in 68's but all raw. I can't seem to remember exactly who that was? I'll have to check in my archives.
    :D

    That was me Joey! Great coins, thanks!

    OH!!!
    Great, dude. Thanks for coming forward.
    I forgot. Hope you enjoyed my gift?
    Do ya still have them? Grade, sell, create a special album, split up or update? Just curious? :*
    Now, I do realize. All 10 weren't in tip top condition but still, they were the complete set, right?
    ;)
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  • Joe_360Joe_360 Posts: 1,577 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @Jzyskowski1 said:
    How do you guys think about this years S uncirculated quarters with a mintage under 300,000?

    I like the 2022 S quarters, very rare and was not easy to get, Keep in mind one thing, if you were lucky enough to get from the mint, they were all UNC and mailed to you. If you were not lucky, you paid a premium.

    The W had to be found in the wild, and you had to search for UNC which makes them rare and hard to collect.

    Just checked eBay, a single raw W quarter are a higher premium than a raw 2022 S (single) quarters.

  • FlyingAlFlyingAl Posts: 2,760 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @joeykoins said:

    @FlyingAl said:

    @joeykoins said:

    @Vasanti said:
    I’d like a complete set in 68. That would be pretty cool.

    If I remember? :*
    In one of my Giveaways, I sent a lucky member here, a full set! Yes, it was all 10 W's. Not in 68's but all raw. I can't seem to remember exactly who that was? I'll have to check in my archives.
    :D

    That was me Joey! Great coins, thanks!

    OH!!!
    Great, dude. Thanks for coming forward.
    I forgot. Hope you enjoyed my gift?
    Do ya still have them? Grade, sell, create a special album, split up or update? Just curious? :*
    Now, I do realize. All 10 weren't in tip top condition but still, they were the complete set, right?
    ;)
    Thanks

    I still have them! It was a super cool gift - I've only found one W in the wild so the whole set is great to have.

    I'd say the average grade is 63-64. Pretty average for coins found in circulation I think.

  • joeykoinsjoeykoins Posts: 14,762 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited December 29, 2022 1:51PM

    Sorry, don't mean to hijack your thread, bud. :) To answer James question about the "S" mints.
    Yeah, the "S" minted ones are awesome as well. I have a High ms 67 S graded in the 2021s Airmen. In which, also has a stated " Strike Through" on it. PCGS has it listed for $225, without my Strike Through!
    Here's the Quarter before I sent it in.





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  • WQuarterFreddieWQuarterFreddie Posts: 2,548 ✭✭✭✭✭

    .Joey! Great to hear from you! Happy hunting!😎

  • OnastoneOnastone Posts: 3,744 ✭✭✭✭✭

    W's are cool. 20 million makes them rare enough but not impossible! Sure some are getting circulated too much, but I still think there are some that have never seen the light of day out there, hidden in some box somewhere rolled up!!! > @joeykoins said:

    Let's GO W's....

    Couldn't have said it better!!!!

    @Jzyskowski1 said:
    How do you guys think about this years S uncirculated quarters with a mintage under 300,000?

    Definitely rare, but imagine if the mint had dumped them into circulation like the W's??? Those would have been red hot!!!

  • WQuarterFreddieWQuarterFreddie Posts: 2,548 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @7Jaguars

    Nice post! Agree with you! Happy hunting!😎

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