Q: What is the Value of 1966 and 1965 quarter?

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25 cents, all circulation quarters from 1965 to date are made of copper-nickel,

The coin is face value.

All of the quarters struck for circulation from 1965 to date, have NO silver and are just quarters.

25 cents.

No U.S. coins dated 1966 have a mint mark. The '66 quarter is worth 25 cents.

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There were no S-mint quarters struck from 1955 to 1967 inclusive and no US coins carried mint marks during the transition from silver to clad coinage in 1965-67.

25 cents, all circulation quarters from 1965 to date are made of copper-nickel,

The coin is face value.

All of the quarters struck for circulation from 1965 to date, have NO silver and are just quarters.

25 cents.

25 cents.

25 cents

All of the quarters struck for circulation from 1965 to date are just quarters.

No U.S. coins dated 1966 have a mint mark. The '66 quarter is worth 25 cents.

Twenty five cents

It's worth 25 cents.

A 1965 quarter has 0.15 oz. of pure silver in it, so if you want to know the melt value of it, simply multiply .15 by the silver spot price. For example, if the spot price is US$18 oz., your 1920-1966 Canadian quarter is worth about $2.70 in melt value.