Washington Quarter Mintages

Washington Quarters were struck between the years 1932 and 1998. The mintages were relatively high throughout the series, with only two issues having a mintage of less than one million pieces. In later years of the series, production levels spiraled higher into the hundreds of millions with a few issues having more than one billion pieces struck.

The lowest mintage coin of the series is the key date 1932-S Washington Quarter  at 408,000 pieces. At certain grade levels, the 1932-D with a mintage of 436,800 pieces is more scarce. The highest production for a single issue occurs for the 1965 Washington Quarter at 1,819,717,540.

Throughout the series, coins have been struck at the Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco Mints. For the initial portion of the series, the mint mark can be found on the reverse of the coin under the eagle. In 1968 the mark was moved to the obverse of the coin, to the right of Washington’s bust. Coins from Denver carry the “D” mint mark, and coins from San Francisco carry the “S’ mint mark. Since 1980, coins minted at the Philadelphia Mint have a “P” as mintmark in that position. Earlier Philadelphia issues did not include a mint mark.

The table below displays the mintage figures for circulation strike Washington Quarters minted from 1932 to 1998 for each date and mint mark combination.

Washington Quarter Mintages

1932 5,404,000
1932-D 436,800
1932-S 408,000
1934 31,912,052
1934-D 3,527,200
1935 32,484,000
1935-D 5,780,000
1935-S 5,660,000
1936 41,300,000
1936-D 5,374,000
1936-S 3,828,000
1937 19,696,000
1937-D 7,189,600
1937-S 1,652,000
1938 9,472,000
1938-S 2,832,000
1939 33,540,000
1939-D 7,092,000
1939-S 2,628,000
1940 35,704,000
1940-D 2,797,600
1940-S 8,244,000
1941 79,032,000
1941-D 16,714,800
1941-S 16,080,000
1942 102,096,000
1942-D 17,487,200
1942-S 19,384,000
1943 99,700,000
1943-D 16,095,600
1943-S 21,700,000
1944 104,956,000
1944-D 14,600,800
1944-S 12,560,000
1945 74,372,000
1945-D 12,341,600
1945-S 17,004,001
1946 53,436,000
1946-D 9,072,800
1946-S 4,204,000
1947 22,556,000
1947-D 15,388,000
1947-S 5,532,000
1948 35,196,000
1948-D 16,766,800
1948-S 15,960,000
1949 9,312,000
1949-D 10,068,400
1950 24,920,126
1950-D 21,075,600
1950-S 10,284,004
1951 43,448,102
1951-D 35,354,800
1951-S 9,048,000
1952 38,780,093
1952-D 49,795,200
1952-S 13,707,800
1953 18,536,120
1953-D 56,112,400
1953-S 14,016,000
1954 54,412,203
1954-D 42,305,500
1954-S 11,834,722
1955 18,180,181
1955-D 3,182,400
1956 44,144,000
1956-D 32,334,500
1957 46,532,000
1957-D 77,924,160
1958 6,360,000
1958-D 78,124,900
1959 24,384,000
1959-D 62,054,232
1960 29,164,000
1960-D 63,000,324
1961 37,036,000
1961-D 83,656,928
1962 36,156,000
1962-D 127,554,756
1963 74,316,000
1963-D 135,288,184
1964 560,390,585
1964-D 704,135,528
1965 1,819,717,540
1966 821,101,500
1967 1,524,031,848
1968 220,731,500
1968-D 101,534,000
1969 176,212,000
1969-D 114,372,000
1970 136,420,000
1970-D 417,341,364
1971 109,284,000
1971-D 258,634,428
1972 215,048,000
1972-D 311,067,732
1973 346,924,000
1973-D 232,977,400
1974 801,456,000
1974-D 353,160,300
1776-1976 809,784,016
1776-1976-D 860,118,839
1976-S 7,000,000
1977 468,556,000
1977-D 256,524,978
1978 521,452,000
1978-D 287,373,152
1979 518,708,000
1979-D 489,789,780
1980-P 635,832,000
1980-D 518,327,487
1981-P 601,716,000
1981-D 575,722,833
1982-P 500,931,000
1982-D 480,042,788
1983-P 673,535,000
1983-D 617,806,446
1984-P 676,545,000
1984-D 546,483,064
1985-P 775,818,962
1985-D 519,962,888
1986-P 551,199,333
1986-D 504,298,660
1987-P 582,499,481
1987-D 655,594,696
1988-P 562,052,000
1988-D 596,810,688
1989-P 512,868,000
1989-D 896,535,597
1990-P 613,792,000
1990-D 927,638,181
1991-P 570,968,000
1991-D 630,966,693
1992-P 384,764,000
1992-D 389,777,107
1993-P 639,276,000
1993-D 645,476,128
1994-P 825,600,000
1994-D 880,034,110
1995-P 1,004,336,000
1995-D 1,103,216,000
1996-P 925,040,000
1996-D 906,868,000
1997-P 595,740,000
1997-D 599,680,000
1998-P 896,268,000
1998-D 821,000,000