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1960 Washington quarter type B reverse

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I purchased a MS 66 Washington quarter a while back that was not attributed on the holder as a type B reverse. Is it worth sending in for attribution,and do these coins sell for any premium?










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In MS66, the 1960 sells for between $75 and $150, depending on quality.





I agree, therefore if you were to sell it on eBay I would not bother spending money

on attribution. The Type B reverse is easy to see and just a few good images would

work the same.




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To get "TYPE B REV" added to a coin already certified by NGC would cost $12 plus shipping. NGC will do it at a show where it is grading onsite for a flat $25 and save you the shipping cost.


The "W" designation will be removed at the same time, as this is obsolete. NGC briefly used that for coins that had absolutely no toning, but it was discontinued years ago.

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