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Not being an expert on coins, I can only relate information from a coin dealer,who is of the opinion 'state quarters' will never be more than face value.However, those that did not enter into public circulation, might be worth somewhat more than twenty-five cents. The only quarter that is at the present time,worth more than face value,is a few Wisconsin quarters that were wrongly minted. They can be worth $400 to $600 depending on the appraisal of the buyer. A roll of uncirculated state quarters will be worth a small premium. But so many state quarters were minted that a roll of circulated coins will be worth face value only, and probably will be for decades to come.

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Q: How much is a roll of Delaware quarters still in bank rollings worth in other words has value on state quarters escalated at all yet?
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