1964-D Washington Quarter. MS-67 (PCGS). CAC. Silky smooth surfaces feature billowy satin to softly frosted luster and lovely toning. The peripheries on both sides are splashed with swirls of vivid reddish-apricot, salmon pink and champagne-gold. At 704,135,528 coins struck, the 1964-D has the highest mintage in the Washington quarter series up to that point in time. Superb Gems are surprisingly scarce, and they are rare with the phenomenal eye appeal offered here in the Pogue specimen.