A common flaw on the obverse side of a 2016-P Harpers Ferry quarter is die wear. Because die wear occurs very quickly, fine details are lost. Additionally, the reverse side of this coin is almost unrecognizable. The central design and legend have been erased. The result is an amorphous splotch that lacks detail. It is the most common type of die wear on this type of coin.
The Harpers Ferry National Historical Park Quarter is produced in both a silver and gold variety, depending on the condition. Silver Harpers Ferry quarters are made of 90% silver and 10% copper. Silver Harpers Ferry quarters typically have a face value of $5 to $10. Gold-plated National Park Quarters were first sold on late-night television. But they are now also available. They’re a great way to display your collection.