In circulated condition, it's worth about $50 A nice crisp uncirculated one is worth about $175
State quarters found in change are only worth face value.
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It's worth 25 cents.
Circulating state quarters are worth face value only.
They don't have any extra value, just 25¢.
Novelty item -- no collector value
None of the State Quarters made for general circulation are worth more than face value.
If you mean a Nevada state quarter, value is 25 cents
the misprint will increase the value, but not by much. the coin is most likely worth $12
None of the State Quarters found in change are worth more than face value.
It's worth exactly 25 cents.
Any state quarter you find in circulation is only worth face value, 25 cents.
State quarters were minted by the billions so any that you find in change are only worth 25¢
Any of the circulated state quarters are worth 25 cents.
A 2006-W American Eagle bullion gold coin is worth in an uncirculated state: $90.00; should this coin be in a proof state, its value is: $125.
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It's the Kansas state quarter and is worth 25 cents, like all of the state quarters currently in circulation.
Unless in mint or proof sets, only face value. They are all incredibly common and unless in a set they are only worth 25 cents. Each state quarter is worth face value, 25 cents each. There is no difference in value between these and regular quarters. If you mean an entire set of state quarters, there are 50 states, so fifty states times 25 cents each mean that an entire 50-quarter set is worth $12.50.
A 1985 Lincoln Cent is only worth face value in circulated condition. If its mint state is MS60, its value is all of 5 cents.
A 1934 Washington Quarter in good condition (G4) is worth: $3.50. If its mint state is MS60, the value rises to: $$45.
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Any that you find in change are only worth face value. Hundreds of millions of these coins were minted.