1964 QUARTER SILVER - 2011 SILVER EAGLE PROOF RELEASE DATE.
1964 Quarter Silver
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1964 - SILVER GEM PROOF - WASHINGTON QUARTER
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1964 MDC Pistol Team
In my father's words: "...The pistol team was composed of 12 members from different units, and all of them were enlisted men or noncoms. As the only officer of the team, I was assigned the captain of the team. Also I enjoyed the privilege to live by myself in my own quarters. There was about one month‘s training in Matzu. As pistol firing did not need much space, we selected a flat area near a small village as our practice range. In most times I practice with the team together. When weather was not good, or when I was busy, I sometimes practice alone in an isolated area near our office. I usually took one box of .45 bullets or two for practice in one morning or afternoon. Though I was not the best, I kept myself on the top few of the team. In December 1963, the MDC Weapons Team, including rifle and pistol, left Matzu and arrived in the First Field Army at Chungli one week before the Army Weapons Meet. When we left Matzu we only brought with us the weapons, but no ammunition. Fortunately a colonel came with us from MDC borrowed some from a local unit, so we could practice before the meet. On the day of the meet, the weather was fair with a little breeze. I shot exceptionally well in the slow firing of ten rounds at 50 meters. I shot fairly well in the sustained firing at 25 meters, quick firing at 10 meters, and silhouette firing at 25 meters. The total mark was 387, which was high enough a couple years ago to qualify to join the Asian Game team. I was listed the 13th of the pistol group and won me a silver medal, the only one of the MDC team. I was told that I was qualified to join the Army team to compete in the Armed Forces Weapons Meet in March 1964. At that time I was scheduled to be transferred back to Taiwan to the Second Field Army in Kaohsuing in February 1964, a situation contrary to my desire to go back to Taipei. I was glad that I could represent MDC to join the Army team, because I could use this as an excuse for a transfer postponement. I knew by then if I could wait until after the meet, I would be rotated with someone in Taipei. My request was approved but I was never informed to report to the Army Weapons Team for the meet."
My Wife received this real silver quarter as change today. What luck! In addition to being silver, I can't remember finding one in circulation in this good shape, it looks almost prooflike but unfortunantly It looks like it was in someone's pocket for a short while. There are some light nicks and scratches. I have no idea of the path that brought this almost unused 46 year old coin into the circulating cash supply but this coin was in someone's collection for a long while. If you don't know, US dollars, halves, quarters and dimes made in 1694 and before were made from 90% silver. For every one dollar face value, the coins in whatever combination would contain .713 ounces of pure silver. That means that if you have a silver dollar, it contains .713 oz of silver in addition to some copper. It also means that if you have 5 dimes and 2 quarters, the combination contains .713 oz of silver.
1964 quarter silver
Long Island Classic Collection Silver Washington Quarter Roll (40 Coins Total) Circulated You will receive: One Silver Washington Quarter Roll, 40 coins total, in Circulated condition. Includes certificate of authenticity. Coin Information: Mintage Years: 1932-1964 Type: Silver Washington Quarter Denomination: $0.25 Diameter: 24.3mm Grade: Circulated The obverse of the coin depicts the head of George Washington while the reverse shows an eagle, clutching a bundle of arrows, over an olive branch. The Long Island Classic Collection Silvertowne recently acquired one of the most massive collections of American type coins and currency they have purchased in years. The Long Island Classic Collection was truly a find of variety and volume. A dealer from New York amassed thousands of United States coins and currency ranging from the early 1800s to the 1960s. Twenty-two different types of coins, United States silver certificates, red seal notes, and commemoratives had been hoarded for tens of years. The last four decades found this dealer traveling throughout the upper east coast accumulating a variety of coins and currency. Buying individual lots from collectors and visiting major shows around the area devoured the majority of his time. After much negotiation, Silvertowne acquired the Long Island Classic Collection in total.