What Was the Last Year Silver Quarters Were Made?

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The original silver quarters which were manufactured in the United States, were of silver and were tinier than today's nickels. In 1866, the United States Mint enlarged the size of five-cent coins to today's modern nickels and began making them out of nickel and copper instead of silver.
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