25 Cents KM164 United States
|KM#||164||Dates||1932-1964||Notes||Washington silver quarter|
George Washington in profile, facing left. He is wearing a parliamentary wig which is tied at the back. Above him along the edge of the coin is written “LIBERTY”. Below his neck around the bottom edge of the coin is written the year, and below his chin on the left is written in small lettering “IN – GOD – WE TRUST”, with TRUST on its own separate line.
In the center there is an eagle facing forward, but with head turned to the left, with wings aloft, clutching a bundle of arrows in its talons and flanked at the bottom by two olive branches which cross at the center. Above the eagle and around the edge of the coin is written “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” and in small lettering above the eagle's head is written “E PLURIBUS UNUM”, with UNUM on its own separate line. Beneath the olive branches is written “QUARTER DOLLAR”. The mint mark is visible just below where the two olive branches cross.