All quarters from 1796 to 1853 contain 6.1 grams of silver 1853 to 1964 contain 5.6 grams of silver Some of the 1976 bicentennial issue quarters are partial silver -- 2.3 grams Lastly there are silver proof state quarters that contain 5.6 grams of silver. Excessively worn coins will have some of the silver worn away. If you have a pile of 1964 & older quarters and want to find the silver content, weigh the pile -- remembering to weigh them in TROY ounces -- then take the total weight and multiply by .9 -- this will give you the weight of the silver contained in the pile.
A 1970 US quarter has no silver, so it has no silver value.
The 1964 Washington Quarter has .18084oz of pure silver.
A silver quarter is 90% silver and 10% copper but the last year they were minted was 1964. Your quarter contains no silver whatsoever.
It is 90% silver and 10% copper.
Actual silver weight is .18084oz pure silver
A 1947 Quarter is worth $200.00!
If you mean a 1966 American quarter, then none.
The ASW (actual silver weight) is .18084oz pure silver.
Please check your coin again. The US didn't make any quarters dated 1933.
A 90% US silver quarter contains .18084oz of pure silver, or 5.12672 grams. All quaters before 1965 had this 90% composition.
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.
None. A 1984 quarter is made copper and nickel. Silver quarters were last made in 1964
Pre-1965 silver quarters are 90% silver with a total weight of 6.25 grams, which is then 5.625 grams of silver per quarter.
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.
The Actual Silver Weight (ASW) is .18084oz of pure 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.
The value is only for the silver about $3.25
About $3 retail, for its silver content.
The actual amount of pure silver is .18084 of an ounce.