With bullion silver at $7 an ounce, your quarter is worth $1.25 but a major third party authentication service grades it at MS-65, it will list at $15. Of course, getting it certified will cost you about $40. Silver bullion has more than doubled since the first answer was posted. As of 06/2008 bullion is about $17.50, which raises the metal value of common-date silver Washington quarters to around $3. As a rule of thumb, divide the price of silver by 6 for a rough value of a common-date quarter.
As of 02/2016, a circulated 1963 Canadian quarter has a retail value of $3.50 to $5.00 depending on its condition.
A silver quarter from the United states in 1963 can vary in prices due to condition. The minimum is usually around $10 while it can be as high as $75.
The 1963 proof set is rather common, but the half-dollar, dime and quarter were all struck in 90% silver which gives it value. It is worth around $17-24 or so.
The value of a 1951 quarter will value depending on the condition and where it was minted. The value ranges from 3.52 to 4.30.
is there a value on a canadian 1964 quarter
A US quarter has a face value of 25 cents.
A 1967 Washington quarter has no silver and is face value.
What was the value of one pound in 1963
The value of one quarter of 29 is 7.25. One quarter is equal to a fourth of the value of a number. To get the answer you would divide 29 by 4.
its just a quarter spend it!
There is no such thing as a 1914 quarter.
As of today about $2.00
I believe that a 1922 quarter is made of almost pure silver with a value of about $3
In the year 2000, the value of the quarter dollar which is 25 cents was $0.25.
It's just a quarter spend it.
the value of a quarter that was never printed is $0.00. since it was not printed it cannot exist and since it does not exist it has no value.
The complete 1963 mint set has a value of $40.
In average circulated condition, it's worth around $5.50 for its silver content. In mint condition, it's worth closer to $6.
The 1861 Liberty Seated quarter has a average starting value of $25.00. But if it's a 2005 Kansas State quarter, just spend it.
No 1957 quarter is rare and I have no info on grade but the scrap value is about $3.00 each.
The value of a 1963 dime depends on its condition and where it was minted. The average value varies between $3 and $7.