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.
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.
The U.S. has never used an M mint mark. In addition, the only quarter to have an M in its design was the Liberty Standing quarter issued from 1916 to 1930; the M the designer's monogram (for H. A. MacNeil). If you have a 1934 quarter the mint mark position is on the back under the wreath. Blank = Phila, D = Denver (San Francisco didn't strike any quarters in 1934) Most Philadelphia issues range from $3.00 to $4.50 depending on condition, mostly for their silver content. If you have the so-called Light Motto variety, add about 10% to those numbers. A 1934-D sells for $5 to $15
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.
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark,the coin is worth about $3.25 just for the silver, the collectible value depends on how much wear the coin has.
8-9-11>>> Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1932 Washington quarter is a very common coin with retail values of $8.50-$9.50 for average circulated coins.
Not all US coins have a "P" Mintmark. The 1944 Washington quarter with no mintmark was struck at the Philadelphia Mint. No US coin before 1979 struck at Philadelphi has a P mintmark except for the War Nickels of 1942-1945
There are 5.625 grams of pure silver in every US quarter dated 1964 or prior.
Nowhere, because there isn't one. No US coins dated 1965-67 have any mint marks.
The mintmark on the 1854 US quarter can be found on the reverse [tails] side of the coin beneath the eagle. The coin was minted at 2 different mints; Philadelphia and New Orleans. The letter "O" represents the New Orleans mint. The coins minted at Philadelphia do not have a mintmark.
The coin is worth one cent that's it, the lack of a mintmark just means the coin was made at the Philadelphia Mint. No US cent has ever had a "P" mintmark.
It is just a quarter.
Please post new question with a date, the US Mint has never used a "E" mintmark.
None of the Bicentennial coins regardless of denomination or mintmark made for general circulation are worth more than face value.
The W is the designer's initial. If there is a mintmark it will be on the back. Please see the Related Question for more information.
(one quarter) of (1 US teaspoon)= 1.2322304 milliliters
Look at the date again, no 1967 US coin has a mintmark.
If you mean the value of a US 90% silver quarter? Minimum value, as of 6-4-11, is about $6.56.The collectible value depends on date, grade and mintmark if any.
The US has never made steel quarters. In 1934 quarters would have been made from 90% silver and 10% copper. They are worth at least $5 dollars for their silver content.
1 quarter = 0.22 gallon = 0.264 gallon us
Sorry the first year of issue for US quarter was 1796.
The first US quarter dollar was issued in 1796 not 1792.