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U.S. quarters or quarter-dollars debuted in 1796 and were struck in 89-90% silver until 1964 when U.S. quarter composition was changed to copper-nickel clad due to the rising cost of silver. The obverses of U.S. quarters from 1796-1930 depict Liberty, while obverses of U.S. quarters from 1932 to date picture George Washington. The reverses of U.S. quarters from 1796-1998 bear images of bald eagles, while the reverses of U.S. quarters since 1999 feature special designs honoring the 50 states, the 5 U.S. territories, the District of Columbia and National Parks.