What year old quarters are worth money?

Quarters dated 1964 and earlier are 90% silver and worth many times their face value. With today’s high value of silver your old coins are becoming surprisingly valuable. Scarce and rare quarters are found in all the design series. Early era quarters, 1796 to the 1890’s are all scarce.

Are the original state quarters worth anything?

State quarters are still circulating and can be collected right out of your pocket change. Therefore, most circulated examples are only worth their face value of 25 cents.

Are quarters from 1965 worth anything?

The standard 1965 clad quarters are very common so they only sell for a premium in uncirculated condition. The value is around $2 for coins in uncirculated condition with a grade of MS 63. Uncirculated coins with a grade of MS 65 are valued at around $9. Click here to search for 1965 quarters on Amazon.

Which state quarter is the hardest to find?

Billions of Coins Minted, but not evenly

1. 2008-D Oklahoma 2003-P Alabama
2. 2004-P Iowa 2003-P Missouri
3. 2002-P Ohio 2003-P Illinois
4. 2003-P Maine 2004-D Michigan
5. 2008-P Oklahoma 2004-P Wisconsin

What state Quarters are worth money?

Clad Proof State Quarters are 91.67% copper and 8.33% nickel, and have a real-world value of about $1.75 each. Silver Proof State Quarters Along with the Clad Proof State Quarters, the U.S. Mint also released Silver Proof State Quarters. Each year, these come in silver proof sets and five-coin silver quarter proof sets.

What is the most valuable state quarter?

As of 2015, no state quarter is more valuable than any other, as the majority of them are in circulation with a value of 25 cents. However, state quarters struck in error are more valuable to collectors due to their rarity.

What are the most valuable state quarters?

However, state quarters struck in error are more valuable to collectors due to their rarity. Based on the number of quarters struck and current state census data, the rarest state quarter with respect to supply and demand is California, with only 520.4 million state quarters struck.

What is the value of one pound of US quarters?

There are 80 U.S. quarters in one pound. The weight of one U.S. quarter is 5.67 grams, and there are 453.59237 grams in one pound. When that number is divided by 5.67 grams, the weight of one quarter, it is equal to 80 quarters.