Washington Quarters > 1970

[The following excerpt is published courtesy of DLRC Press and its author, John Feigenbaum. This information was originally published in 1994 in The Complete Guide to Washington Quarters.]

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101    1970. Doubled die reverse.
102    1970-D. Doubled die obverse. Breen reports that many DDO varieties exist for this date.
103    1970-D. Doubled die reverse.  (FS#25¢-027.3) (photo)


Type C reverse was used on all Philadelphia business strikes and primarily on the Denver issues.  Breen reports that fewer than 0.1% of the Denver issues were produced with the type B reverse which makes them very scarce.  As with the 1969 proofs, the type B reverse was used exclusively on the S-mint coinage.

101 1970-D Doubled die obverse. (Photos courtesy of J.T. Stanton - CPG)

101 1970-D Doubled die obverse. (Photos courtesy of J.T. Stanton - CPG)

About John Feigenbaum

As president of David Lawrence Rare Coins, John Feigenbaum has over 32 years of professional numismatic experience. John's began collecting coins as early as age 5 when he started attending coin shows and club meetings with his father in southern Florida. He has also written, The Complete Guide to Washington Quarters (1993) & co-authored The Complete Guide to Certified Barber Coinage (1994). A graduate of Virginia Tech, John took over the reins at DLRC in 1996 when his father, Dave, was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's Disease. Today, technology is a focal point in growth of DLRC and John spends most of his time with IT development as he leads DLRC and other partnerships in the development of coin-related web sites and mobile applications.
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