What does Mint marks on the 1917 quarter mean?

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1917 makes it a Standing Liberty quarter, so the mint mark is just above and to the left of the date (the mint mark on quarters wouldn't return to the obverse again until 1968). No mark indicates Philadelphia, S is San Francisco, and D is Denver.
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Where is the mint mark on a silver US quarter?

Answer For Barber (1892-1916) and Washington (1932-1964) quarters,the mint mark is below the eagle. For Standing Liberty quarters (1916-1930), it's to the left of thedate. (The "M" to the other side of Miss Liberty is the designer'smonogram.) Possible mint marks are: Blank = Philadelphia D = Den (MORE)

Where is the mint mark on a us quarter?

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What does the Mint Mark R mean?

U.S. coins have never carried an R mint mark. If you have an American coin with what looks like an R on it it could be either damage or possibly the monogram of the coin's designer. Please post a new question with enough details to identify the specific coin in question.

What is the value of 1989 quarter with no mint mark?

All the Washington Quarters minted in the year 1989 carried a mint mark: "P," "S," or "D." The P and D minted coins are worth in MS60 condition: 75 cents; the S coin was minted only in proof and its value is: $3.00.

What is the value of Virginia state quarter with an S mint mark?

The only state quarters with "S" mint marks were struck as proofs for inclusion in special collectors' sets. Someone apparently opened the set and spent your coin. Unfortunately now that it's been circulated, any value it had as a collectible is gone. Regardless, it's unusual enough to find a pro (MORE)

What is a new state quarter with no mint mark worth?

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What is a quarter from 1974 with no mint mark worth?

25¢ It's an ordinary circulation coin struck in Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Mint did not start using the P mint mark on quarters until 1980. Check your change for any other quarters dated before 1980. They'll either have a D for Denver, or a blank.

What is the value of a 1965 quarter with no mint mark?

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Where is the mint mark on a 1932 quarter?

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Quarter Dollar with a M mint mark?

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What does a CC mint mark mean?

It was the mint mark of the Carson City mint. The Carson City mint operated only from 1870 to 1893. It was set up to be near major gold and silver mines. The mint mark is unusual because it's the only 2-letter mark used on any US coins, and it has a certain romance about it because of its location (MORE)

What is the value of a 1983 quarter - no mint mark?

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What does a D mint mark mean?

It means that it was produced in Denver, Colorado (for coins dated 1906 or later) or Dahlonega, Georgia (for gold coins dated 1838 to 1861).

What is the value of a 1972 quarter with no mint mark?

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What does a m mint mark mean?

If you have a U.S coin, M is probably the monogram of the designer. I can think of at least 2 such coins, the Morgan dollar designed by (drum roll, please) Morgan, and the standing liberty quarter designed by MacNeil.

What are the mint marks on the 1961 Washington quarter?

The mint mark that you will find on the 1961 Washington quarter is the letter "D" and it is located on the reverse side of the coin just above the letters "ER" in the word "QUARTER". These coins were minted in Denver, Colorado. The 1961 Washington quarter was also minted in Philadelphia, Pennsylvani (MORE)

Where is the mint mark on a 1943 US quarter?

The mint mark is on the reverse of the coin under the eagle. If there is no mint mark it was minted at the Philadelphia mint; "D" = Denver and "S" = San Francisco. The Philadelphia mint issued quarters in large quantities. These are the most available and generally trade at their silver bullion v (MORE)

What does an F mint mark mean?

The US has never used an "F" mint mark. What you're seeing is almost certainly the designer's monogram. In particular, Indian Head nickels have a prominent "F" for the artist James E. Fraser.

Were there 1972 quarters with a P mint mark?

No. The P mint mark didn't appear on most coins until 1980. Dates for "P" mint marks" > Nickels: mid-1942 to 1945 > Dollars: 1979-present > Dimes, quarters, and halves: 1980-present The P mint mark isn't used on cents.

Where is the mint mark on a 1890 Wyoming quarter?

The mint mark is in the same position as it is on all State Quarters, to the right of the tip of Washington's wig. However, your quarter isn't from Wyoming and it wasn't made in 1890. It's a modern coin from the series struck in 1999-2008 to honor each state. 1890 is the year Wyoming was admitted (MORE)

Where is mint mark on an 1897 US quarter?

If it has one it will be on the back under the eagle. It will either be blank or have a O or S. O is for New Orleans. S is for San Fransisco and blank being for Philadelphia.

Where do you find the mint mark on a 1940 quarter?

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How much is a 1907 quarter with O mint mark worth?

The accepted range is $10-$525 The price of the silver (if melted) is $6.08 because the coin is 90% silver. According to Coinstudy.com a 1907 Barber O Quarter in "Fine Condition" is worth $15, one in "Extremely Fine Condition" is worth $98, and an uncirculated one is worth $225.

Does a 1943 US quarter have a mint mark?

1943 Washington quarters were struck at all 3 mints, so yes some do have mintmarks. The mint mark is on the reverse of the coin under the eagle. If there is no mint mark it was minted at the Philadelphia mint; "D" = Denver and "S" = San Francisco. The Philadelphia mint issued quarters in large (MORE)

Where is the mint mark on a 1936 quarter?

The mint mark is on the reverse of the coin under the eagle. If there is no mint mark it was minted at the Philadelphia mint. The Philadelphia mint issued quarters in large quantities. These are the most available and generally trade at their silver bullion value… unless in "Uncirculated" condi (MORE)

What is the value of a bicentennial quarter with no mint mark?

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What is the value of a no mint mark 1978 quarter?

25 cents. It should be easy to find them in pocket change. The reason the coin doesn't have a mint mark is that up till 1979, when quarters were minted in Philadelphia, they didn't put a P mint mark on it. Your quarter is from Philadelphia and is not an error.

What is the 1989 quarter no mint mark worth?

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Where is the mint mark on a 1914 Barber quarter?

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