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2010-09-07 01:00:53
2010-09-07 01:00:53

The last silver quarters were dated 1964. Your coin is made of copper-nickel and is worth 25 cents.


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A 1970 US quarter has no silver, so it has no silver value.

The silver value is about $6.00. NOTE: The US has never made a pure silver quarter, they are 90% silver & 10% copper.

Any silver (pre-1965) US quarter is currently worth at least $5 for its silver content. Then collector value above that depends on factors like the date and condition.

It's either not 1971, not silver, or not a Vermont state quarter:Vermont state quarters were minted in 2001, just as shown at the bottom reverse side of the coin.All circulating US quarters minted since 1965 are made of cupronickel, not silver.All 1971 quarters have the prior eagle design on the reverse.

US quarters were not made of silver in 1965, but rather of copper-nickel. The last silver quarter made for circulation in the US were produced in 1964.

Pre-1965 US quarters are 90% silver with a value of about $2.50 just for the silver.

Sorry, no US Mint made any silver quarters in 1986.

A 1942 Washington quarter is common. If it has any wear, the value is just for the silver, about $3.50.

If you mean the value of a US 90% silver quarter? Minimum value, as of 6-4-11, is about $6.56.The collectible value depends on date, grade and mintmark if any.

Silver prices have been dipping over the last few weeks, so the current melt value of a US silver quarter (minted before 1965) is a little under $6.

No 1972 US quarters have silver in them, the last year for silver quarters was 1964. so spend it

Sorry! The US mint never made solid silver coins.

June 2010 The rising price of silver has increased the melt value to about $3.50. Of course a metal buyer will pay wholesale rates, about 1/3 less than retail. August 16, 2009 The value of the silver in a silver US quarter is $2.66.

The coin has NO silver and is face value

The quarter is probably worth anywhere from $10.00-$475.00 depending on it's condition.

You don't have a pure silver quarter as the US has never minted a pure silver (99.9% pure or higher) silver quarter. Instead what you have is a 90% silver quarter which would be dated 1964 or prior. The value depends on a number of factors including the date, the mintmark and the condition. But a silver quarter is worth $5-6 in scrap silver regardless of type or condition, however some quarters can be worth significantly more.

The value of silver varies, as it is a commodity. Depending on the condition and the mint, you may have values above the value of the silver inside of it. Quarters weigh 6.25 grams and are 90% silver by composition. At the time of this writing, a silver quarter for melt value would be worth about two US dollars.

The coin is worth about $3.25 just for the silver, the collectible value depends on how much wear the coin has and if it has a mintmark. And just so you know, it's spelled QUARTER.

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.

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The 1943 Washington quarter is a high mintage very common coin. Most are only valued for the silver. As of today, the value is about $3.90.

No US quarters were struck in silver in 1967, 1964 was the last year for silver quarters put into circulation.

as of 2009 between 60- 3000.00 dollars

The coin is still in circulation today, has no silver and is face value only.

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