The Twenty-Cent Piece was in use between 1875 and 1878.
The Draped Bust Quarter Dollar was used 1796 through 1807.
The Capped Bust Quarter Dollar was used from 1815 to 1838.
The Seated Liberty Quarter Dollar debuted in 1838 and was in use until 1891.
In 1892, Charles Barber created the design of Liberty wearing a freedman’s cap. This was known as the Barber Quarter Dollar and was used through 1916.
In 1916 The Standing Liberty Quarter Dollar appeared and was used through 1930.
In 1932 the current Washington Quarter was put in circulation. The Washington Quarter became so popular that it replaced the Standing Liberty Quarter even though the Standing Liberty Quarter had not been in place the required 25 year minimum.