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  • Business Washington Quarter Reverse Design Varieties (1965 to present)

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    RDV-003 = Type C = IIIo --> serif on N of UNUM
    RDV-004 = Type D = IIIa1 --> inside edge of wing where it joins body is very weak
    Type D (not RDV-004/IIIa1) --> huge gap between right side of N of UNUM and eagle's head
    RDV-005 = Type E = IIIa2 --> incuse (sunken) outline of eagle's left wing
    RDV-006 = Type F = IIIb --> master hub doubling inside top of Q in QUARTER
    RDV-007 = Type M (or G) = IIIm --> rounded (not pointed) leaf to left of arrowpoints
    RDV-008 = Type B (or H) = IIb --> leaf to left of arrowpoints extends above arrowpoints
    Reverse of 1972 = IIIb/m (?) --> rotated doubling that shows up best in bottom lettering?
    RDV-009 = IIIc
    RDV-011 = IV = IVa --> N and I in UNITED merged on top serifs?
    RDV-012 = IVb --> N and I in UNITED are merged at bottom and at top?
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    1965
    RDV-003 (Scarce, ~5%)
    RDV-004
    RDV-005

    1966
    RDV-003 (Unconfirmed [?], scarce)
    RDV-004
    RDV-005

    1967
    RDV-003 (Rare, ~1%)
    RDV-004
    RDV-005
    RDV-006 (Rare, <0.50%)

    1968-(P)
    RDV-004
    RDV-005
    RDV-006 (~50% [P+D])

    1968-D
    RDV-004
    RDV-005
    RDV-006 (~50% [P+D])

    1969-D
    RDV-004 (Very Scarce, 29.1% [RDV-004+RDV-005])
    RDV-005 (29.1% [RDV-004+RDV-005])
    RDV-006 (Rare [?], 58.1%)
    RDV-007 (Scarce, 12%)
    RDV-008 (Rare, 0.80%, ~1,000,000?)

    1970
    RDV-006 (93.6%)
    RDV-007 (Rare, 6.3%)

    1970-D (~2,300 working dies, average ~185,000 coins per working die)
    RDV-006 (84.3%)
    RDV-007 (11.2%)
    RDV-008 (Rare, 0.10%, ~500,000)

    1971 (average 170,000 coins per working die)

    1971-D
    RDV-006
    RDV-008 (Rare, 0.03%, ~80,000, one working die?)

    1972-D
    RDV-006
    RDV-008 (Rare, 0.012%, ~40,000, one working die?)

    1973
    Reverse of 1972 (Scarce)
    RDV-009

    1974
    Reverse of 1972 (Rare?)
    RDV-009

    1974-D
    Reverse of 1972
    RDV-009

    Quarters made in 1975 are dated either 1974 or 1976

    1977
    Type D (Scarce, one working die)
    RDV-011

    1977-D
    Type D (Scarce)
    RDV-011

    1978
    Type D (Tough)
    RDV-011

    1978-D
    Type D (Scarce)
    RDV-011

    1979
    Type D (Tough, 5%)
    RDV-011

    1979-D
    Type D (2%)
    RDV-011

    1980-P
    Type D
    RDV-011
    RDV-012

    1980-D
    Type D
    RDV-011
    RDV-012

    1981-P
    Type D
    RDV-012

    1981-D
    Type D
    RDV-012

    1982-D
    Type D
    RDV-012

    1983-P
    Type D (~15%)
    RDV-012

    1983-D
    Type D (~20%)
    RDV-012

    1984-P
    Type D
    RDV-012

    1984-D
    Type D
    RDV-012

    Sources:
    http://www.heartlandcoinclub.com/Doc....%203-2019.pdf
    http://www.heartlandcoinclub.com/Doc...9-02-2019).pdf
    http://conecaonline.org/wp-content/u...RDVHandout.pdf
    https://nnp.wustl.edu/library/book/5...HnPG8Qy2G3cTYM (big thanks to Pete Apple!)
    https://forums.collectors.com/discus...r-varieties/p1
    http://www.varietyvista.com/09b%20WQ...0Varieties.htm
    https://www.ngccoin.com/variety-plus...2-1998/?page=2
    https://forums.collectors.com/discus...erse-varieties
    https://forums.collectors.com/discus...h-and-type-m-g
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    Thanks to Jose Gallego!

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