Well, there were no gold quarters minted, but there are gold colored dollars that are very close to the same size. If you have one it may have been plated by someone like the Franklin Mint. As soon as the statehood quarters were issued, telemarketers started gold-plating them and selling them as something special. 3 cents worth of gold + a 25 cent coin = $3.95 or more. Someone tried to sell their "valueable collectible" and found out it is really only worth face value, so they spent it.
A silver QUARTER is about $3.00 as of today.
The value is about $3.00 just for the silver
The silver value is about $6.00. NOTE: The US has never made a pure silver quarter, they are 90% silver & 10% copper.
A 1970 US quarter has no silver, so it has no silver value.
Okay! No silver quarter for 1776.
The value is only for the silver about $3.25
A 1967 Washington quarter has no silver and is face value.
Both coins have the same value of $5.00 in uncirculated condition
As of 22 January 2014, the melt value of a U.S. silver quarter (dated before 1965) is $3.58.
The value is for the silver only, about $3.00 the coin is very common.
About $3 due to its silver content.
About $3.00 just for the silver
I believe that a 1922 quarter is made of almost pure silver with a value of about $3
A 1949 Washington quarter is common, most are only valued for the silver, about $6.00
Canada stopped using silver in its coins in 1968. Your quarter is made of nickel and worth face value only.
A U.S. 1937D quarter is not rare. Most are only valued for the silver, about $4.00 as of today.
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.
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.
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There is no coin called a "quater". If however you have a QUARTER, it's worth about $3 for the silver it contains.
A 1942 Washington quarter is common. If it has any wear, the value is just for the silver, about $3.50.
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.