You can save yourself the time of grading them and looking them up by knowing that any silver quarter from 1940 or newer that shows visible wear from circulation is common enough that its value will only come from the silver it contains -- currently about $1.10 each.
Quarters from before 1940 can be graded and evaluated with the help of a basic coin book like the "Guide Book of United States Coins (the Official Redbook), available from most coin shows or online here :
If you already know how to grade your coins, you can reference an online RETAIL price guide here :
$10.00 if they are not silver, about $100.00 of they are silver.
90% silver U.S. quarters have a silver value of $7.50 as of 9-8-11.
Not much more than circulated state quarters. They're not old or rare enough to be especially valuable.
Franklin Half dollars are common coins. Because of this and the high price of silver, circulated coins are valued slightly above the silver content of the coin about $14.00.
I have a 1935e circulated silver certificate with a double die error on the back of it what value does it have.
No 1972 US quarters have silver in them, the last year for silver quarters was 1964. so spend it
If they are old enough yes, but all silver quarters are worth more than face value.
US quarters made in 1964 and before have a silver value of about $5.13 as of today. They may have a higher value to a collector depending on their date and mint mark.
looking for value of silver dollars
1941 isn't a rare year for circulated Canadian quarters. If worn, the coin is worth about $4-5 in silver scrap (it is 80% silver). If uncirculated your coin might be worth $10 or so.
Silver quarters are all US quarters dated 1964 or earlier. They are made out of 90% silver and are worth several times their face value to a collector simply based on the fact they are silver.
Assuming it's circulated and has no mint marks retail values run from $3.85 to $4.37 depending on the grade. As of today melt value is $3.30
In average circulated condition, it's worth about $2.
Silver value in bad circulated condition, $25 in average circulated condition, $41 in good circulated condition, and $995 in uncirculated condition.
Silver value in bad circulated condition, $25 in average circulated condition, $35 in good circulated condition, and $730 in uncirculated condition.
About $6 for its silver content
The Monetary value is 10 bucks, The silver value is about 8 times face value or $80.00.
The US has never circulated an aluminum coin. 1n 1941 US quarters were 90% silver; the value is based on condition and mint mark. There's more information at the Related Question.
4-22-11>> 1963-D Washington quarters are extremely common, retail values for circulated coins are $8.50-$8.70. The value of the coin just for the silver content is $8.42
One roll of quarters has a face value of $10, which makes 40 quarters per roll. With current silver prices, one silver quarter has a melt value of about $5, times 40 coins is $200.
That is considered one of the common dates for silver quarters -- there were many millions of them minted. In circulated condition, its value is based only on the silver it contains -- currently about $1.15
In well circulated condition, it is not worth to much more than its silver content (currently $1.60.) If it is slightly circulated, it could be worth as much as $4.00. Uncirculated specimen can be sold for as much as $45.
Yes. All pre-1965 silver quarters are currently worth at least $6 for the silver, while modern copper clad quarters are worth face value.
Any of the circulated state quarters are worth 25 cents.
1955 is not considered a rare date for these quarters. In circulated condition, its value will only be for the silver it contains, currently about $4.00 A nice uncirculated one will be a few dollars more.