Why and how do you know it's real?
1. The mint uses dies that are keyed so that two fronts or backs can't be put into a press at the same time 2. What are the chances that a coin would leave the mint in 1985, find its way back 10 years later, and get struck with a new date on one side only? 3. Each year's dies are destroyed at the end of the run, so a 2-date combination can't be made by a rogue employee. Bottom line - you have a privately-manufactured magician's coin worth nothing to a coin collector.
I have a 1994 quarter double date, what is the worth ?
If it is a phony...about $10.00. If is a real minted coin; auctions start bids off at about $10 to $20 thousand.
Its not worth anything its painted gold
A couple of dollars
It's not a real quarter. These were novelty items given out as promotional items.
The bicentennial quarter is extremely common, still worth 25 cents.
Do you mean a quarter DOLLAR? Quarter eagles were not issued in 1968. And could you describe "double 'stamped"" ? (note the term is actually "struck" in coin jargon).
A Quarter is 25 cents. Other wise, known as a half of a half.
One is a nickel and 'the other' is a quarter.
Please use the Search feature of this site (enter "double") to find many, many dozens of similar questions. The answer will always be the same - double sided coins are privately-made novelty items with no numismatic value.
This is NOT a U.S. Mint error. Look at the edge of the coin, you will likely see a seam and the reeding should be misaligned. It's been made by gluing together two different altered quarters. The piece has no collectible value.
A 1965 Canadian quarter is still only worth a quarter. This Canadian quarter is also only worth a quarter in the United States.
Unless it's a proof coin or uncirculated, it's worth the same as the hundreds of millions of other state quarters in circulation; i.e. face value only.
1796 is the first year the US issued a quarter, look at the coin again and post new question.
A 1776-1976 no proof quarter dollar worth in 2012
It is worth a quarter :D
If the quarter has a picture of George Washington on one side, with the Maryland state capital and phrase "The Old Line State" on the other, then it's a 2000 state quarter, worth exactly 25 cents.
A crotchet is worth the same on the piano as it is in any other instrument. It is a quarter note.
A quarter is worth 25 cents or $0.25.
A quarter is worth 25 cents.
How much is a 1911 quarter worth
You have an altered coin worth maybe a dollar as a novelty item. I have one of these coins. It is not an altered coin. It is thicker and larger thana US quarter. Since both names on this coin are names of products by the Syngenta company, I would suspect this is some kind of advertising coin for their products.
One coin is a quarter and the other one is a nickel. The quarter is NOT a nickel!