Blank quarter planchet; Silver planchet-$35.00 compound planchet-$4.00
...If you can read the date on the penny, it is not an unstamped penny.
You have what's called a "flan". It's a coin blank that was put through the machine that puts on the edges, but was accidentally missed when the blanks were fed through the press that strikes images on the front and back. If it's a blank for a modern clad quarter with a copper core (check the edge) it might sell for about $5. However if it's an old silver quarter it could be worth 10 or 12 times that much.
You have what's called a "flan". Flans are created when a coin blank accidentally slips through the Mint without getting put into the press that strikes the design. Assuming the flan is a modern clad blank (look for the copper edge) its value as of mid-2011 is about $5 if it has reeding (ridges) on the edge and a raised rim, and about $10 without those features. If it's an older silver blank, those values go up at least 10 times.
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Need the value of blank.
Yep! Depending on how much of it is left unstamped, the value range from $2 to $10.
Check with any local coin collector for sure, but this coin can be worth a LOT of money.
If it's so worn that there's no face, reeds (ridges), or detail at all, how do you know it's even a quarter? Assuming it's actually a quarter, for a coin to have so much wear suggests that it's quite old. If that's the case, odds are that it's made of silver, so there's value for that. By weight, it's currently worth around $5.50 for the silver content.
is there a value on a canadian 1964 quarter
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.
A US quarter has a face value of 25 cents.
A 1967 Washington quarter has no silver and is face value.
A 1961 blank what?????
its just a quarter spend it!
There is no such thing as a 1914 quarter.
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.
August 7, 2009 The coin you have described seems to be a "blank planchet". If it has a raised rim but no other details it is valued at $5. If there is no rim it is valued at $10.
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.