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It is only worth 25 cents and in no longer spendable.

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It is only gold plated. Since it is gold plated it is an altered coin and is worth 50 cents.


Since it is gold plated it is considered an altered coin and is worth face value.


No, they are worth no more than the metal (or face) value of the coin, the gold plating adds so little gold that it would cost more to de-plate the coin than the gold is worth. For example, a 1965 gold plated half dollar would be worth ~$4.50 in silver scrap just like a normal 1965 half dollar. A 2002 gold plated quarter would be worth just a quarter, just like a normal 2002 quarter.


Not much about 25 cents worth it's plated.



NOT by the US Mint this junk is sold on TV an is gold plated with about 2 cents worth of gold.


Your quarter is only gold plated. Neither the US nor Canada makes gold quarters. Gold plating adds no value.


a gold 'plated' presidential quarter is worth .25. gold quarters have not been minted since the 1930's


No. It is only gold plated. Gold plating doesn't add any value.


The gold plating adds nothing to the value of 25 cents, unless you find someone that wants it, it's a quarter.


This quarter is only gold plated. The US does not make gold quarters. Gold plating adds no value to circulating coins. It is worth face value and is not spendable.


The coin you have is a just a gold plated 1977 Washington quarter that's only worth a 25 cents unless you find someone that wants it.


July 24, 2009 Gold plating a coin destroys its numismatic value. The Bicentennial quarter is worth but a quarter plus the value of the bit of gold used to plate it.


If it is pure gold about $1000 if it's plated gold about 150


25 cents. It's gold-plated but not gold. It's an ordinary quarter that was plated with a tiny amount of gold and sold as a "collectible". If you think about it for a few seconds, a circulating gold quarter would be worth hundreds of dollars given the current price of the metal. Not even the densest bureaucrat would authorize a coin worth that much and put it into circulation for 25 cents.


The gold plating adds nothing to the value of 25 cents, unless you find someone that wants it, it's a quarter.


A little bit over face value because of the gold plating.


The U.S. Mint never made a gold quarter for any year. So if yours is gold, then somebody took a normal quarter and gold plated it. This destroys any collector value it may have had. It's now worth 25 cents, and will never be worth more than that.


i spent 700 gold plated chain is it worth anything


It isn't. The US mint has never made gold quarters, your coin is plated assuming the coin is the same diameter as a normal quarter. Your coin is only worth 25 cents.


Gold-plated but not gold. For one thing, a gold quarter would be worth hundreds of dollars so it would be foolish for them to be put in circulation. The gold adds nothing to the coin's worth and would in fact cost more than its value to remove.


It's gold-plated, not solid gold, as US quarters have never been made of gold. It might sell for a couple dollars.


It isn't gold, it is gold plated. It is worth 25 cents. It is a damaged coin from a collector's perspective. It was not done at the mint.


Thomas Jefferson is not currently, nor has he ever been, on the U.S. quarter. What you probably have is the Jefferson presidential dollar from 2007. It's worth one dollar.


That's just a state quarter. 1788 is the year New York became a state, and 2001 is when the coin was minted. If it's gold, then someone gold-plated a regular quarter. It doesn't add any value for a collector, as it's now more of a novelty or souvenir. It's only worth as much as someone is willing to pay.



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