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How much is a 1934 us quarter with a s mintmark?

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Look at the coin again, the San Francisco Mint did not strike any quarters in 1934.

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3 dollars and fifty cents.


Sorry, no US Buffalo quarters dated 1934 exist, just Washington.


If you have a 1934 penny with an "S" mintmark, it is a counterfeit. There were no cents minted in 1934 at the San Francisco Mint.


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The coin is worth about $3.25 just for the silver, the collectible value depends on how much wear the coin has and if it has a mintmark. And just so you know, it's spelled QUARTER.


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No quarters have been made in Delaware. No US coin dated 1965 has a mintmark or any silver in them, the coin is face value.


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There are 5.625 grams of pure silver in every US quarter dated 1964 or prior.


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Nowhere, because there isn't one. No US coins dated 1965-67 have any mint marks.


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Please post new question with a date, the US Mint has never used a "E" mintmark.


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Look at the date again, no 1967 US coin has a mintmark.


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well the currency is always changing but a US quarter is worth about the same as canadian..........26-28 cents



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