1950 P Washington Quarter

Coin Dealer Insight: Production went back up in 1950 with overall production from all three mints exceeding 55 million quarters. However, 1950 was the year for the D/S and S/D overstrike. Coins from even poor grades have a value almost 10 times higher than common coins. This was also the last year for "mistake" Washington quarters, silver or clad.


Value: Can usually be found and sold for somewhere between $5.7-$0 price dictated by condition, certification, and current demand. Other factors include location, inventory, and urgency of sale.

Estimated Value Based on Scale:

  • VG-8 $5.7
  • F-12 $8.55
  • VF-20 $11.4
  • EF-40 $14.25
  • AU-55 $17.1
  • MS-63 $19.95
  • MS-65 $22.8
  • MS-67 $0

Mint: Philadelphia

Production: 24,920,000 Washington Quarters were minted at the Philadelphia mint in 1950.

Silver: This coin is 90% Silver with a silver weight of around .1808 troy ounce pure silver. The other 10% is copper having no significant intrinsic value.