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1955 Type B reverse quarter

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  • 1955 Type B reverse quarter

    I see no reference to a 1955 quarter with the "Type B" reverse in Breens' Encyclopedia or in the latest CHerryPickers' Guide. Never heard of one before.

    Found one, which I certain is not an impaired proof (no evidence of mirror surfaces on an EF+/AU coin). Anyone heard of this before?


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    1955 type B quarter

    The conditions that caused the 1956-1964 type B quarters could have exhisted in small numbers in 1955 or earlier. I would submit the quarter to Dr. Wiles for examination to be sure of your find. Good luck.