Mr. B Coins's Blog

06 Feb 2021

Type Set-1980 S Proof Quarter

Coins-United States | Mr. B Coins

I mainly collect cents and half cents.I also recently started collecting a type set.The coin I have that I want to feature today is a 1980 S Proof Quarter. I'm trying to add the image with little luck.There were 3,554,806 minted.John Flanagan designed the coin. His initials are on Washingtons neck.The S mint mark is located on the obverse near Washington's pony tail.The reverse has the eagle.While I don't plan on including proof coins to this set, if the price is right I'll jump.Now, back to trying to get the picture.All the best,Mr. B



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Level 5

Beautiful proof, thanks for sharing!


Level 6

Great photos. They really help make a blog, I feel. Very nice coin. Thanks..


Level 7

A picture is worth a thousand words. That's why they are so important to a blog. Those are good shots. Now we need more indirmation. Think about it. You will do fine

Long Beard

Level 5

The photos are fine. A nice cameo you selected!

It's Mokie

Level 6

The photos turned out quite nice. Thanks for sharing.


Level 5

Wow! I hate to comment twice, but that coin is beautiful!


Level 5

Nice job! I see you got it! I just finished a more in-depth instruction on how to upload pics, nuts, I was too late :^) glad to see you figured it out though!

Mr. B Coins

Level 4

Thank you to everyone who helped me, I need a drink. Stay Safe and warm. It's freezing in Chicago. Mr B


Level 5

1980 with a mintage of over 3 million. Wonder where they all are now? Half cent collection sounds like a great area to collect. I think I have 1 half cent in my collection. Posting pictures is different. You have to upload and save a lot. I always had trouble uploading pictures.


Level 6

Thanks for the information. Hope you can get the photo up. ; )

I. R. Bama

Level 5

Thanks for telling us about the coin....


Level 5

I tried to explain how to upload the picture on your forum thread if you didn't see it, nice blog!

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