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During what time period was a silver quarter with an eagle in flight made?


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2010-10-07 08:22:13
2010-10-07 08:22:13

You are referring to Standing Liberty Quarters, which were minted from 1916 to 1930.


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Yes, a quarter is mainly silver 90%

A silver QUARTER is about $3.00 as of today.

The US silver quarter contains 90% silver and 10% copper.

A silver quarter is 90% silver and 10% copper but the last year they were minted was 1964. Your quarter contains no silver whatsoever.

Yes, the 1941 Washington quarter is a 90% silver quarter and it contains .18084oz of pure silver, or 5.12672 grams.

A 1970 US quarter has no silver, so it has no silver value.

The 1970 Washington quarter was NOT struck in silver.

It depends on the quarter. From 1932-1964 silver quarters had the familiar Washington eagle design on the back, just like clad quarters up until the state quarter series. The Standing Liberty quarters depict an Eagle in flight, the barber quarter has a heraldic eagle on the reverse and earlier coins usually have something stating that it is a quarter of a dollar.

Zero. A 1966 U.S. quarter is 0% silver.

The 1964 Washington Quarter has .18084oz of pure silver.

Okay! No silver quarter for 1776.

No "quarter silver dollars" have been made by the U.S. Mint. Please post new question. Is it a quarter or a silver dollar?

A US quarter dated 1915 does contain 90% silver, so yes it is silver

At the time of writing, a US 90% silver quarter (dated 1964 or earlier) is worth $5.55 for the silver content. A Canadian quarter dated 1920-1967 80% silver quarter is worth $4.63, a Canadian quarter dated 1967-1968 that is 50% silver is worth $2.89.

Not in a US quarter, although a 1965 Canadian quarter is 80% silver.

Every U.S. quarter minted in or before 1964 contains silver.

The silver value is about $6.00. NOTE: The US has never made a pure silver quarter, they are 90% silver & 10% copper.

If the quarter was minted before 1965 it is 90% silver and 10% copper.

The 1950 US quarter is 90% silver and 10% copper.

Yes, it is 90% silver.

1932 - 1964 Silver Quarter is 90% silver Quarters after 1964 are copper nickel clad, there is no silver. only the 1/2 dollars or "50 cent" pieces from 1965-1970 are 40% silver. There was a 1976 silver quarter as well as the proof silver state quarters.

You don't have a pure silver quarter as the US has never minted a pure silver (99.9% pure or higher) silver quarter. Instead what you have is a 90% silver quarter which would be dated 1964 or prior. The value depends on a number of factors including the date, the mintmark and the condition. But a silver quarter is worth $5-6 in scrap silver regardless of type or condition, however some quarters can be worth significantly more.

A 1949 Washington quarter is common, most are only valued for the silver, about $6.00

If it's an American quarter, it contains no silver and is worth 25 cents (the last year for U.S. silver quarters was 1964). If it's a Canadian quarter, then it DOES contain silver and is currently worth about $3.

A 90% US silver quarter contains .18084oz of pure silver, or 5.12672 grams. All quaters before 1965 had this 90% composition.

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