No mint mark means it was minted in Philadelphia. The quarter is worth exactly 25 cents.
The M is not a mint mark but on every coin and is on the right side. The mint mark is to the left od the date slightly above.
Melt? $5.80. Depending on mint mark and condition it might be worth more.
$3.00- $2,750.00 dollars
The value of a silver quarter will vary on the year it was minted, the mint mark, and of course, its mint state. If you provide to me a specific coin, I will be able to relay its worth.
25 cents. It should be easy to find them in pocket change. The reason the coin doesn't have a mint mark is that up till 1979, when quarters were minted in Philadelphia, they didn't put a P mint mark on it. Your quarter is from Philadelphia and is not an error.
If it's circulated retail value is about $3.00 Mint state is $4.00-$5.00
$4-$10 depending on condition. If mint condition around $20.
Check that coin again. Mint marks were on all quarters by 1981.
1942 quarters are worth about the same amount regardless of mint mark. See the Related Question for values
The mintmark is a "D" not a "P" and it's just a quarter.
Reatil for circulated coins $3.74- $4.20 Mint state $4.30
Check that coin again. All U.S. quarters minted since 1980 have mint marks.
To get an accurate value on a quarter from the late nineteenth century, the type, date, mint mark, and condition of the coin will have to be known.
YES I have one.
The mint mark is on the reverse of the coin under the eagle. If there is no mint mark it was minted at the Philadelphia mint. The Philadelphia mint issued quarters in large quantities. These are the most available and generally trade at their silver bullion value… unless in "Uncirculated" condition.
All circulation 1983 quarters should have a P or D next to the bow in Washington's wig. If your coin is missing the the mint mark it could be due to a filled die or general wear. Use a strong magnifying glass to see if there's still a trace of it. If so, it's probably not worth much more than face value. If there's absolutely no mint mark visible, you should have it inspected in person. 1983 quarters are difficult to find in decent shape because the Mint was trying to correct deficiencies with the denomination's dies. Unfortunately their first efforts fell quite short.
No U.S. coins dated 1966 have a mint mark. The '66 quarter is worth 25 cents.
In G-4 $6.00 to $185.00 in MS-60
No mint mark indicates that the coin was minted in Philadelphia.