You either have one of the two pieces used to make a "Magician's Coin" novelty item (worthless). Or you have a pretty rare minting error caused when two coin blanks enter the coin press at the same time (worth $50+ to an interested error collector). If the weight of your coin is significantly less than 5.67 grams, then I would say you have the novelty item. If your coin weighs right, then I suggest you visit the http://www.anacs.com website, check out their show schedule, and take the coin to one of the shows they will be attending. They will give you a free professional opinion, and will also accept your coin for certification right there. Good luck! Dan
A 1965 Canadian quarter is still only worth a quarter. This Canadian quarter is also only worth a quarter in the United States.
So many were made it's only worth a quarter
It's only a quarter, just spend it.
1/2 if the quarter is 'fair'.
These are common coins and are worth only 25 cents.
It's a novelty item worth couple of cents for the gold plating plus whatever the underlying quarter is worth. If the quarter is copper-nickel, then it's only worth a quarter. If it's a special silver "prestige" quarter made in San Francisco it's at least worth maybe $3.50 for its metal content.
if the Canadian Centennial Quarter was made within the timeline of 1873-1973 it is still only worth 25 cents.
Very common quarter that is worth only 25 cents.
It is worth a quarter :D
This is actually a rather hard coin to find in high grades, but if it has been circulated at all, it will only be worth a quarter.
If it's so worn that you can't make out the year, it's only worth its metal content. If it's an old silver coin, it might be worth $2.50 or so as scrap. If it's a modern copper-nickel quarter that is that worn down, it's only worth a quarter.
The 1978 Washington quarter is still in circulation today and is only face value.
Circulating state quarters are worth face value only.
It is only worth 25 cents and in no longer spendable.
Please rephrase your question and post a new one. You can't have a quarter with only one side!A whole quarter weighs 5.67 gm.
Any state quarter you find in circulation is only worth face value, 25 cents.
This quarter is not made of any silver so a 1970 quarter is only worth 25 centsIt's a common coin, still in circulation, has no silver and is just face value.
If your talking about the faces, then there is only one head, George Washington, but if you are talking about the sides, there are two. Heads and Tails
A quarter is worth 25 cents or $0.25.
A quarter is worth 25 cents.
How much is a 1911 quarter worth