How much is your 1958 D quarter worth?
A 1958-D Washington quarter is very common. Most are only valued for the silver, about $5.00.
I'm not entirely sure by what you mean with "lost quarter" but a 1986-D quarter is only worth face value in circulated condition, however, it is worth a premium over face value in uncirculated condition since little US Mint sets were sold that year. However, if your coin has even the slightest hint of wear or any scratches, nicks or dings, its just worth 25 cents.
Please check your pocket change. There are quarters in circulation dating back to the introduction of clad coinage in 1965. Except for a few state quarter errors, all clad quarters dated 1965 and later that you find in change are only worth face value. However if the coin is uncirculated it may be worth a dollar or so.
As of mid-2010 they're worth about $3.25 for their silver content but some dates and mint marks could be worth much more to a collector. Check for a mint mark under the bow of the wreath on the back (D, S, or nothing) and look for a previously-answered question in the form What is the value of a <date> US quarter? for example, What is the value of a 1945 US quarter?
Coins are normally identified by date and mint mark rather than age. Assuming your quarter is dated 1940, look on the back in the small area above the "ER" in "quarter". If the area is blank or has a small "S", the coin is worth about $3 for its silver content. If it has a small "D", it has a higher collectible value of $5 to $10 depending on condition.