25 cents. 1970 quarters are still in circulation and are not rare.
The only ones that are worth any significant premium are quality uncirculated ones. As of 05/2010 prices range from about $1 for lower-quality uncirculated coins to perhaps $30-50 at the high end.
25 cents if in circulated condition, a bit more if the coin is proof or uncirculated. They contain no precious metals and are common finds in pocket change.
They are worth a minimum of $2 and if in perfect condition $8 and up. Depends on the buyer. (for this specific 1970 US quarter)
A 1970 US quarter has no silver, so it has no silver value.
1970 quarters are still found in circulation and are not only face value.
A US quarter has a face value of 25 cents.
A 1765 US quarter does not exist.
Sorry to break it to you, but it's only worth its face value of $0.25
The first US quarter was struck in 1796.
Face value only since no silver content.
Face value except in original mint packaging.
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.
No US quarters were struck in 1922. The US did not make ANY quarters dated 1922.
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.
Unless it's Proof, it's just a quarter.
roughly 90 us dollars.
No US quarters were made in 1810.
No US quarters were minted in 1817.
The United States did not produce quarters from silver in 1970, only ones from an alloy of copper and nickel.
About 25 US cents.
The value is currently around 4 cents.
It's a very common date quarter that's still found in circulation. It contains no silver and is just face value.
A 1972 Washington quarter is just a quarter, many are still in circulation.
The date is 1776-1976 and it's only a quarter.
When I was there the nearest coin to a quarter was a two shilling coin, which had a value of about 28 cents (American) but that was a few years ago.MoreIt depends on the definition of "a few" years, lol. Bermuda has used its own dollar currency since 1970. Before that they used British shillings and pounds, but when Britain adopted decimal pounds Bermuda converted its currency to dollars pegged 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.