A (probably) slow-pitch, Washington proof quarter question...

Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by Lembeck13, Apr 5, 2020.

  1. Lembeck13

    Lembeck13 Member

    I recently purchased - and yes, I may well have been drinking at the time - an OBW roll of 1963 proof Washington quarters. Everything - the contents and wrapping - appears absolutely legit. Still, I'm a bit confused. Why would a bank have a proof strike roll of - well, any coin denomination? Did banks act as Mint agents in the past? Even more surprising, these are all, at the very least, cameo exemplars. I was twelve in 1963... can anyone fill in the history for me?
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  3. Kentucky

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    The only people who put proof coins into rolls are collectors and dealers. I just bought a roll of 1963 proof cents because it was cheap.
  4. ldhair

    ldhair Clean Supporter

    Dealers and collectors bust up proof sets and roll them. The Cam ones get sent in for grading.
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