The United States quarter dollar coin is worth 25 cents or one-fourth of a dollar. It began production by the mint in 1796 and has come in a number of styles including: Draped Bust 1796–1807, Capped Bust 1815–1838, Seated Liberty 1838–1891, Barber 1892–1916, and the Washington Quarter 1932–present. The coin weighs 5.670 grams with a diameter of 24.26 mm. The current Washington quarter was designed by John Flanagan.
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