A US quarter has a face value of 25 cents.
Face value unless in original mint packaging.
This is a very common coin. it is only worth face value.
Only face value unless in mint packaging.
If you got it in pocket change it is worth face value. If it is uncirculated it is worth a bit more than face value.
US quarter or Cdn quarter?
Unless it's proof, it's face value. No US coins from 1965- 1967 have mintmarks.
A 1967 Washington quarter has no silver and is face value.
The coin is face value.
If it is uncirculated it will be worth more than face value but if it is circulated it will be worth 25 cents.
Please check your quarter again and post a new, separate question. The first US quarters were minted in 1796. If you have a dual-dated 1776-1976 quarter it's one of the billions minted for the US Bicentennial, and is worth only face value.
It isn't worth anything but its face value. They are not really rare or collectible. tell me what the valueof it .1776
There were no special coins issued for the US Centennial in 1876. If you have a modern bicentennial quarter with 2 dates, 1776-1976, it's only worth face value in circulated condition.
This quarter is only gold plated. The US does not make gold quarters. Gold plating adds no value to circulating coins. It is worth face value and is not spendable.
A 1765 US quarter does not exist.
Any of the Bicentennial quarters struck for circulation are face value (25 cents). Only the collectors coins issued by the mint have retail values above face value.
None of the Bicentennial coins regardless of denomination or mintmark made for general circulation are worth more than face value.
No more than the original face value.
They are still found in circulation and are only face value.
Face value only. That date is in circulation today.
1964 was the last year for US silver quarters. A 1966 is just face value.
It is worth face value unless it is still in the original mint package.
It's face value, the coin is still in circulation.
It's still 25 cents. No state quarter made for circulation has more than face value.
The value of a widely circulated 1990 quarter is 25 cents. Unless it is a rare, uncirculated coin, it will not be worth more than face value.
The 1967 Washington quarter has no silver and is still in circulation, the coin is face value.
Face value. It is in common circulation in Canada and is worth 25 cents Canadian and about 25 cents US.
The first US quarter was struck in 1796.
Sorry to break it to you, but it's only worth its face value of $0.25
1970 quarters are still found in circulation and are not only face value.
The coin is still in circulation today and has face value only
Millions are still found in circulation and are only face value.
If you got it in change, the coin is still only face value
This coin is a state quarter. It is worth face value unless it is in original mint packaging. This coin was not made in 1848.
The coins are face value and have no silver.
None of the bicentennial coins released into circulation are more than face value. Only special collectors coins are worth more.
None of the bicentennial coins made for general circulation are worth more than face value. Only Proof and collectors coins sold from the US Mint are worth more.
The 1978 Washington quarter is still in circulation today and is only face value.
The US has never made a gold 25 cent coin.
Bermuda's currency is linked to the US dollar. The coins are the same size and value as US coins and exchange one-for-one, so a Bermudan quarter is worth the same as a US quarter.
Canada stopped using silver in its coins in 1968. Your quarter is made of nickel and worth face value only.
A Sovereign has a face value of One Pound (GBP). In today's currency, a quarter of a Sovereign would be 25 Pence.
Face value- 25 cents. Those are not silver unless it is specially struck proof set coin. Look at the edge, you should see copper on an ordinary quarter.
All of the state quarters in circulation are face value only.
So many were made the coin is face value just spent it.
It's a quarter, not a half, and it's only worth face value.
25 cents unless in mint packaging. Such coins are easily found in pocket change and are worth no more than face value unless it is in US mint packaging.
Any state quarter you find in circulation is only worth face value, 25 cents.
Millions are still in circulation and is just face value.
Face value only since no silver content.
25 cents, unfortunately, no more.