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1941-s quarter mintmarks - what's the real deal!

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Looking at my 1941-s quarter, I had a use my kids microscope to make out the "s". It looks like the small mintmark variety as discussed here:




and also known as Breen 4306 from:


In trying to nail this down, I've looked at other collectors photo registries and their small "s" quarters don't look like mine. NGC's census shown that the small date is scarce (pop=1), and large is plentiful. Other sites seem to state just the opposite. Any info out there from the Washington Quarter Guru's?


Thanks in advance.

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Welcome to the boards.

Sorry I can't help you with your quarter issue. Washington varieties just aren't my thing. Hang on though, someone may come through......



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i do not know this is not my speciality but i am going to research this and see what more i can come up with for you it sounds really interesting to me 893applaud-thumb.gif


i am sure you will get an answer to this in a few days after the holidays when the experts in washington quarters look at these forums thumbsup2.gif


now you need a gem unc. above average strike 41-s walker to go with your really scarce quarter thumbsup2.gif



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