Q: Do ucirculated state quarters have value?

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None of the State Quarters issued for circulation have more than face value.

Unless they're uncirculated, 25¢ each.

There aren't 112 proof state quarters. There are only 50 proof state quarters, (along with 6 in the DC/US territories). Unless you are meaning you had both the clad (copper-nickel, common) proofs and the silver proof sets. But just about every clad US proof state quarter is worth about $1 or so, silver proof quarters go for about $7-8 or about fifty cents or a dollar above melt value individually.

The U.S. did not mint commemorative quarters in 2000, only the regular State Quarters series. These are only worth face value unless you have a proof or uncirculated one. If you're referring to something else, please post a new question with more details.

there are 67 quarters

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Any of the state quarters struck of circulation have face value only.

Please post a new question with the coin's date. It's not possible to give a value without that information.

Not much more than circulated state quarters. They're not old or rare enough to be especially valuable.

25 cents each.

About $600

All of the state quarters in circulation are face value only.

The same as all the other state quarters - 25¢

With the dates of 1987 & 1992 they can't be State Quarters first year for state quarters was 1999. If the coins have Washington's Head on both sides they're novelty coins and have no collectible value at all.

The coin is still only face value as all state quarters are.

None of the State Quarters issued for circulation have more than face value.

State quarters found in change are only worth face value.

Unless they're uncirculated, 25¢ each.