Assuming you mean a quarter that is normally struck, but is missing the outer silvery-colored layer ... If it is a state quarter, these have been selling in the $300-$400 range. If it is an older quarter, these have been selling for about $50
A 1944 copper misprint wheat penny is worth 1,000,000 dollars.
how much is a 1917 quarter dollar with the misprint word trvst on it worth today
On average, it is worth 25 cents. If it is a misprint or error, it can go for up to $10.
the misprint will increase the value, but not by much. the coin is most likely worth $12
It is very very rare for a solid copper quarter worth maybe $800 +
It is worth nothing. You could try and take the two headed coin to a coin expert. But it is just a misprint.
Quarters from 1983 are still worth 25 cents.
The coin was struck over a 1941 Canadian quarter. It takes a keen eye to see the print of the Canadian coin on the American coin. A 1941 Canadian quarter was made of silver and the American quart was a clad coin (copper line in the reeded edge). So, it would seem finding silver 1970-D (no copper line) would be easier to see than the faint imprint of the Canadian quarter.
It depends on what you mean by "misprint" post new question.
It's worth a quarter because we trust the economy and believe it to be a quarter. Although the physical value is not worth a quarter, it's still worth a quarter. So no you're not getting ripped off.
A quarter never had 25 cents worth of copper in it. Quarters used to be made of roughly 25 cents worth of silver, but are now made of mostly copper due to cost reasons. The fact remains that a quarter is still worth 25 cents, and if you should so wish you could go and buy 25 cents worth of copper with it (a little more than two ounces of copper). Sorry I ment to say a quarter used to have 25 cents worth of silver in it now it has 2 cents worth of copper are you getting ripped off? I will reenter the question. Thanks.
It's not and error just one of the U.S. Territories Quarters for 2009