U.S. quarters, starting from 1932, are called "Washington quarters." Washington quarters dated from 1932 to 1964 are made with 90% silver and 10% copper, and weigh 6.25 grams. The value of the metals depends on the market price of silver and copper. As of October 5, 2007, the value of the silver in a pre-1964 Washington quarter is $2.41 (market price of silver $13.39 per ounce) and the value of the copper in a pre-1964 Washington quarter is about a half of a cent, giving the total value of a pre-1964 Washington quarter about $2.42. If the coin is rare, and/or is in mint like condition, it could be worth significantly more. None of the 1944 Washington quarters (Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Denver mints) are rare, but if the coin is in mint state, it would be worth about $35.
It's a common date Washington quarter, most are only valued for the silver, about $6.00.
July 5, 2009 Sterling silver must have a silver content of 92.5%. The 1944 US silver Washington Quarter has a silver content of 90%. This quarter in circulated condition has a value from about $3.50 to $12 depending upon the actual condition of the coin. In uncirculated condition its value ranges from about $14 in the lower grades to about $75 in the better grades of uncirculated.
$3, mostly due to its silver content
It's a common date Washington quarter, most are only valued for the silver, about $7.75 as of 9-4-11.
Is not a valuable pre 1965 silver quarter. It's worth keeping though as it has a melt value of a around $5.
8-10-11>>> It's a common date Washington quarter, most are only valued for the silver, about $7.00 as of today.
It's worth at least $5 and upwards of $20 depending on condition.
A silver QUARTER is about $3.00 as of today.
The value is about $3.00 just for the silver
The silver value is about $6.00. NOTE: The US has never made a pure silver quarter, they are 90% silver & 10% copper.
A 1970 US quarter has no silver, so it has no silver value.
Okay! No silver quarter for 1776.
It's a common date Washington quarter, most are only valued for the silver, about $5.00 as of today.
The value is only for the silver about $3.25
A 1967 Washington quarter has no silver and is face value.
Both coins have the same value of $5.00 in uncirculated condition
As of 22 January 2014, the melt value of a U.S. silver quarter (dated before 1965) is $3.58.
The value is for the silver only, about $3.00 the coin is very common.
About $3 due to its silver content.
About $3.00 just for the silver
I believe that a 1922 quarter is made of almost pure silver with a value of about $3