How Much Are Silver Quarters Worth?

quarter-by-clix.jpg The category of "silver quarters" is quite broad and, thus, includes a number of different designs, dates of production, and values.

In fact, until 1965, all quarters produced in the United States contained silver. In 1965, the U.S. Mint was forced to switch quarter compositions over to copper-nickel clad as silver prices were rising very quickly; the value of the silver in the quarter was actually worth more than the face value of the coin.

Furthermore, people all across the country were pulling silver coins out of circulation, creating a national coin shortage.

 

Where To Find Silver Quarters

While the U.S. Mint has stopped producing silver quarters for circulation, the Mint does still strike silver quarters for collectors.

In fact, the U.S. Mint’s online catalog shows that the 2008 50 State Quarters are being offered in a 90% silver format, as have all issues of the 50 state quarters program.

Furthermore, the U.S. Mint has been offering silver Washington quarters for collectors since 1992.

Silver Washington quarters of the recent era (minted since 1992) are proofs, and are found in special collector’s sets that the U.S. Mint assembles and sells annually.

In 1975 and 1976, the U.S. Mint struck collector’s Bicentennial quarters with a 40% silver composition.

 

How Much Are Silver Quarters Worth?

Well, that depends on which silver quarter we are talking about.

Generally speaking, common silver quarters of the 20th century in well-worn grades are worth between $5 and $10. Certain scarce dates are valued much higher than that.

Here are a few of the rarest dates of 20th century silver quarters and their values:

  • 1898-Barber-Quarter.png 1901-S Barber Quarter: $6,200 in Good, $17,500 in Fine, $37,500 in Mint-State 60

  • 1913-S Barber Quarter: $1,650 in Good, $4,300 in Fine, $15,000 in Mint-State 60

  • 1916 Standing Liberty Quarter: $3,900 in Good, $8,750 in Fine, $16,500 in Mint-State 60

  • 1918/7-S Standing Liberty Quarter (Overdate) $1,900 in Good, $4,000 in Fine, $20,000 in Mint-State 60

  • 1923-S Standing Liberty Quarter $390 in Good, $700 in Fine, $3,000 in Mint-State 60

  • 1932-D Washington Quarter $190 in Good, $260 in Fine, $1,600 in Mint-State 60

  • 1932-S Washington Quarter $210 in Good, $250 in Fine, $585 in Mint-State 60

  • 1934 Washington Quarter Doubled-Die Obverse $60 in Good, $135 in Fine, $950 in Mint-State 60

  • 1937 Washington Quarter Doubled-Die Obverse $130 in Good, $325 in Fine, $2,650 in Mint-State 60

With the exception of 1999-S silver proof 50 state quarters, which are worth around $40 to $50 each, all proof silver quarters minted since 1992 are worth, on average, between $5 and $8 apiece.

1925-Standing-Liberty-Quarter.jpg

 

For More Information

To find out more about the prices of silver quarters, check out the Professional Coin Grading Service’s price guide

I would also encourage you to browse through a current copy of A Guide Book of United States Coins by R.S. Yeoman and Kenneth Bressett (Whitman Publications) to learn more about silver quarters, grading silver quarters, and to find out more about their values.

2/11/2010: An Update On The Values Of Silver Quarters

Some coin values are certainly on the rise while others have taken a hit. Here are revised values for some of the coins mentioned in this article which have changed significantly in value since the original publication of this piece, based on current pricing information from the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS):

1901-S Barber Quarter: $5,500 in Good, $17,500 in Fine, and $35,500 in Mint State 60
1913-S Barber Quarter: $1,750 in Good, $4,750 in Fine, and $11,000 in Mint State 60
1916 Standing Liberty Quarter: $3,600 in Good, $7,000 in Fine, and $15,000 in Mint State 60

Joshua McMorrow-Hernandez

Joshua McMorrow-Hernandez

My love for coins and numismatics began when I was 11 years old. I primarily collect and study U.S. coins produced during the 20th century. I'm a member of both the American Numismatic Association (ANA) and the Numismatic Literary Guild (NLG). I've also been studying meteorology and watching weather patterns for years. I enjoy sharing little-known facts and fun stuff about coins, weather, travel, health, food, and living green.

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  • randy

    i have a quarter with no silver on the face.it was stamped in copper.can you tell me what it is worth?

    • Anonymous

      Hi, Randy —

      A copper-nickel clad quarter without its outer layer of nickel should weigh around 4.67 grams if an authentic error of this type. These types of coin errors are not particularly common and can often command $50 to $100 or more if sold to a coin collector or coin dealer who specializes in error coins.

  • zack

    I have a 1963-D silver quarter and was wondering what it is worth? Can anyone help me?

    • Anonymous

      Hi Zack,

      Your 1963-D Washington quarter is worth around $3, which is the current value of the silver plus a small premium for any collectible value it has if it’s not too worn.

  • Anonymous

    i have a roll on what i think are silver quarters, and a 1909 gold twenty dollar coin, are these worth anything?

  • Anonymous

    Greetings !!
    Where in south florida can I find a reputable coin dealer ? I live in port st lucie florida and I have many silver quarters and I am afraid of getting short changed when I go to sell them ? any advice would be truly apprieceated .. many thanks
    michele

  • james rochester

    how much is a 1936 silver quarter worth i see 1937 but not 1936

  • Minirocker4296

    iv got 2 mint condition silver quarters one in 1963 and the other in 1964 iv herd there worth up to 3 dollars a piece but i have no idea where to sell them i live in akron ohio and i have no idea how to sell them

  • Cliff

    I have a 1898 Liberty quarter can you tell me what it is worth..well worn but identifiable. Also have a standing Liberty in fair condition.

    • Anonymous

      Cliff,

      Each is worth somewhere in the neighborhood of about $5 as of this writing.

  • Brandonkohn

    I found an old box with 507 silver quarters ranging from 1936-1964. Some are in near perfect shape…others-look very worn. I read they have some substantial silver value-but Im wondering if it’s better to try and sell some individually.
    Any help would be much appreciated!

    • Mikehorne81

      i will give you 100 dollars for the quarters

      • Lologh

        LOL!! I bet you would. 

    • Jboycoils

      Do you still have your silver quarters.

  • Misty Stockman

    My father in law had collected in circulation silver quarter for a while. he passed away two years ago and my husband and i found them among other odd coins and fake humorous dollar bills. they range in year from 1943-1964. what are they usually worth a peice? would it be worth selling them a peice or in bulk to a silver dealer? thank you for your time.

  • Misty Stockman

    My father in law had collected in circulation silver quarter for a while. he passed away two years ago and my husband and i found them among other odd coins and fake humorous dollar bills. they range in year from 1943-1964. what are they usually worth a peice? would it be worth selling them a peice or in bulk to a silver dealer? thank you for your time.

  • Dplace73

    ok……..Im just wondering, I came across 37 silver quarters from the dates of 1936-1964, mainly in the forties. I know someone that’ll pay $3.50 a coin, but then saw on Ebay 36 of them going in a bid around $180…….what would you do? I also have one from the 1920’s with an S on it……….what to do…….?

    • Anonymous

      Dplace,

      Yes, that is a dilemma… The reason the coin dealer will pay you only $3.50 versus the money you may make through eBay is that coin dealers pay only around 50 to 80 percent of market value because they must pay for overhead and still acquire a profit. Selling coins on eBay puts you in a position to make an amount of money from the sale closer to what a coin dealer or merchant may make.

      However, it’s important to remember that you will incur fees selling anything on eBay. If you sold those 37 quarters for, say $200, you may end up having to spend $20 or more on listing fees, gas going to ship the coins to the buyer, etc. Plus, there’s no guarantee you’ll actually sell the coins (though I’m sure they’d sell quicly being silver).

      I think, if I were you, I’d try at least once to sell your coins on eBay AS LONG as you’re prepared to inherit the risk of perhaps not making as much as you would like to, ready to list the items, communicate with potential buyers, and then can ship the items promptly after they sell.

      As for the 1920s s-mint quarter, I’d have to know the exact date to suggest an approximate value.

      Hope this helps!

    • Anonymous

      Dplace,

      Yes, that is a dilemma… The reason the coin dealer will pay you only $3.50 versus the money you may make through eBay is that coin dealers pay only around 50 to 80 percent of market value because they must pay for overhead and still acquire a profit. Selling coins on eBay puts you in a position to make an amount of money from the sale closer to what a coin dealer or merchant may make.

      However, it’s important to remember that you will incur fees selling anything on eBay. If you sold those 37 quarters for, say $200, you may end up having to spend $20 or more on listing fees, gas going to ship the coins to the buyer, etc. Plus, there’s no guarantee you’ll actually sell the coins (though I’m sure they’d sell quicly being silver).

      I think, if I were you, I’d try at least once to sell your coins on eBay AS LONG as you’re prepared to inherit the risk of perhaps not making as much as you would like to, ready to list the items, communicate with potential buyers, and then can ship the items promptly after they sell.

      As for the 1920s s-mint quarter, I’d have to know the exact date to suggest an approximate value.

      Hope this helps!

  • Dplace73

    ok……..Im just wondering, I came across 37 silver quarters from the dates of 1936-1964, mainly in the forties. I know someone that’ll pay $3.50 a coin, but then saw on Ebay 36 of them going in a bid around $180…….what would you do? I also have one from the 1920’s with an S on it……….what to do…….?

  • Bigbird3465

    how to tell what my quarter is worth also how will i find the price of a 1999 conn siver quarter….and where will i find the letters of it..im looking to find out if its a pr-70.. how will i find that also..Thanks

  • Amanda

    hey Joshua I was reading about the 1942-s rare nickel with reverse of 1941 and how rare they are. I have a 1942 nickel but the reverse side is unable to read. What is the possibility that i found another one? Thanks    

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Gwendoly-Diaz/100000000406733 Gwendoly Diaz

    iam tryin to find out how much dose a 1896 silver quarter cost. dose anyone knows?

    • Anonymous

      Hi, Gwendoly —

      An 1896 quarter is worth at least $8 to $10.

  • Carrie

    i got a silver quarter with im guessing lady liberty on one side flip it over there is an eagle on it like upside down. I paid a quarter for it, ther is no date on it but seen pictures of it, there is one on here sayin the date 1925 my sister took a picture of it with her cell, how much would it be?

    • Anonymous

      Nice find, Carrie! Your 1925 Standing Liberty quarter is worth $6 to $8 even in well-worn grades – so you definitely got a good deal there.

  • Khaverly

    What is the value of 1776-1976 libert coin worth

  • renee

    I have a 192 and a 1929 stabding liberty ,wondering if worth anything ,they are in good condition

  • Gmdombrowski

    in have a lot of these quarters that are listed ,where can i get the most cash for them ?

    • Anonymous

      GM,

      The best place to take them is your nearest coin dealer. Here is a search engine that can help you  find the most reputable coin dealers near your home: http://www.pngdealers.com/dealersearch.php

       Good luck!

  • monkey girl

    idk how much this 2009 american samoa quarter is and it’s made out of pure silver and it’s bugging me out !!!! :( Grrrr!!!

  • Millerjc45

    Is a silver 1964 quarter worth anything?

    • Anonymous

      Yes, Miller –

      With silver prices today, a 1964 quarter is worth around $6.

      • Hayzak1kids

        Is that wholesale or retail? If it’s retail, what can I expect to get?

        • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

          Usually, we provide estimated wholesale values, as that is somewhat close to what dealers will likely pay you.

  • Irishbastd15
    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hi, Irish –

      Your 1937-D and 1957-D Washington quarters are common dates and, with current silver values, worth around $6 each.

  • Dfmay10

    So 1965 and newer quarters arent worth anything, is that correct?

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Dfmay,

      In general, yes, unless they are in mint state (unworn) grades.

  • Danieljheinson

    Is my silver 1935 s quarter worth anything?

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Daniel,

      Assuming your 1935-S quarter to be in typical worn condition, it is worth around $7.

  • Verburg_randy

    i have a 2010 hot springs quarter it says platinum edition also says arkansas and has a little p on it

  • johnny

    how much is a 1908 silver quarter worth in fair condition ?

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Johnny,

      A 1908 Barber quarter is worth a minimum of around $5 to $6 given the current bullion value of silver.

  • allan

    i had a 1925 silver quarter with the stars below eagle in fair condition ?

  • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

    Hi, Pizza –

    Glad to help. Values are also based on the condition of your coins, but assuming yours are in typical, worn condition, your 1922-S Peace dollar is worth around $25 to $28 and your 1943-D Walking Liberty half dollar is valued at around $7.

    • LtPizza

      Thanks a lot for the quick response. I hate to bother you with more questions, but I do have one more. I have a dime. This dime is literally only a little bit bigger than the eraser on a pencil. I figured it was fake but the more I look at the, the more realistic it look. It is dated 1914D. It has everything a real coin has. I put it under the microscope and every small detail is there. Any idea on it?

      • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

        Pizza,

        There are some remarkably realistic coin replicas designed for doll houses and similar uses. some of these replicas actually are desired by coin collectors as novelties.

  • Selma Thompson

    i have 140 individual silver quarters. where can i get the best price?

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Selma,

      140 silver quarters would be worth around $650 or so right now with current bullion prices. Definitely check out your nearest coin dealer as that’s where you will get the best price.

      For more information on coin dealers, check this out: http://coins.thefuntimesguide.com/2009/12/coin_dealer.php

      Good luck!

  • sheenazzy

    how much are 1999 quarters worth?

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hi, Sheenazzy –

      All typical 1999 quarters are worth face value.

  • Afos623

    Hi , I have War World 2 Silver Quarter Set from 1942-1945(s) . I was wondering how much its worth and where i could sell it ?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000578448598 Trav OG Stackadolla Jefferson

    i have an 1925 silver quarter dollar for sale

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Chris-Yanna/100000361219988 Chris Yanna

    I have the 1999-2009 silver proof quarters 224, what would be their value toady

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Chris-Yanna/100000361219988 Chris Yanna

    I have the 1999-2009 silver proof state quarters, what would be their value as of 11-15-2012,
    Thankyou.

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hi, Chris –

      Nice collection you have! Such a set should command at least $500.

  • Guest

    I have the 1999-2009 silver proof quarters, what would their value be as of 11/15/2012 ?
    Thankyou

  • dstoppard

    I have over 1,000 silver quarters from the 1920’s to 1960’s in fair and most in good condition. How much are they worth?

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hello, D –

      A base value, given prevailing silver prices as of right now would bring the total of your 1,000 silver quarters to at least $5,500. However, if you have any scarce dates, that would up the total by a significant sum.

      Please check out the dates in the article above (or check out the link here as well) for more info on the value for scarce dates: http://coins.thefuntimesguide.com/2008/09/silver_quarters.php

      • dstoppard

        What about a 1903 silver dime and a 1922 silver dollar with the liberty head on both.  Are they rare?

        • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

          Hi, D –

          A 1903 Barber dime is worth around $5 whereas a 1922 Peace silver dollar has a value of around $30.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Chris-Yanna/100000361219988 Chris Yanna

    Can you tell me whats the value of the state quarter collection complete?, 214 coins p,d,proof and silver proof ?

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hi, Chris –

      Such a collection should easily command more than $500.

  • http://www.facebook.com/axel.izaguirre.56 Axel Izaguirre

    Can you tell me how much my 1926 silver quarter is? Its in a good condition

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hi, Axel –

      Your 1926 Standing Liberty quarter is worth around $7 to $10 if it is in well worn but nice overall condition.

  • Nick

    Hello, I have a 1965 quarter which is probably 40% silver. On base value, How much do you think it would be worth in today’s economy? Thank you – Nick

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hi, Nick –

      The U.S. quarter had no silver in 1965; only halves had 40 percent silver content at that time. So, a worn 1965 quarter, which was made with the usual copper-nickel clad composition, is worth 25 cents.

  • Emerald

    How much is a 1934 and 1944 quarter worth

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hi, Emerald,

      Your 1934 and 1944 Washington quarters are each worth around $6 each, given current silver values and assuming they are in typical circulated condition.

  • Richard

    I have a standing liberty quarter poor condition Can’t make out the year. Any thoughts on value?

    • Richard

      Thanks in advance

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hi, Richard –

      A typical dateless Standing Liberty Quarter is worth around $7.

  • Aj Hatchett

    hi im aj i have two rolls of quarters from 1936 to 1964 how much is they worth today thanks in advance !

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hi, AJ!

      Each roll of circulated, common-date silver quarters ranging from the years 1936 through 1964 is currently worth around $160, so yours combined would be worth around $320. That price, is however based off the current price of silver (around $20 per ounce).

  • Robin Rogers

    I have silver quarters as follows: 1941, 1942, (2) 1943, (3) 1944, 1945, 1950,1951,1953,1958,1960,(10) 1964. Wondering on value of set.

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hello, Robin –

      The value of your silver quarters is largely dependent on prevailing silver bullion values. With silver at around $24 per ounce, which is current as of 9/8/2013, your quarters (which are all common dates) have a total value of around $140.

  • Robbin Cornwall

    Is my 1929 W whitman 5 piece coin collection set worth anything

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hi, Robbin –

      Is this a year set containing one cent, nickel, dime, quarter, and half dollar from 1929?

      If so, it would currently have a value of about $45 if all of the coins are in typical circulated grades.

  • David

    People, look at what is going on in the world. When fiat currency dies and it will, real money always reverts back to Gold and Silver. This has happened many times in history so to get rid of your silver now is the most foolish thing you could ever do. Michael Maloney (a silver expert) says that silver price will surpass the price of gold. Read up on the silver shortage in the world and realize your selling at rock bottom prices today! Hold on to all the silver and gold coins you can, they are real money.

  • sean winnn

    Hi guys I have a 1942 silver quarter I was told it was pretty rare can anyone tell me any info on this?

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hi, Sean –

      It is rare to find old silver quarters in circulation, but they are not rare in terms of absolute number of those in existence. A 1942 Washington quarter is worth around $6.

  • christy

    Hi! I have a liberty $5.00 gold coin dated 1901, the back side of the coin is upside down. Was curious if you knew what the worth would be? Thank you in advance!!!!

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hi, Christy –

      Your 1901 $5 gold coin has the design the same side up on both the obverse AND reverse then? Rotated dies do add value, and with a value of roughly $400 given the current gold prices, I would suggest yours is worth roughly $450 to $500 if it is a rotated die error.

  • steve bacewiw

    How much is a 1921 Silver Dollar worth

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hi Steve,

      That depends what type of silver dollar you have. A 1921 Morgan dollar (curly-haired Liberty on the obverse) is worth around $25 when silver values are about $20 per ounce.

      The 1921 Peace dollar, which has a Liberty head that looks much like the bust of the Statue of Liberty, is worth around $150.

  • Sean Priman

    Hey Joshua,
    I have a 1963 Silver American quarter in bright and uncirculated condition. Could you estimate a price for the quarter?

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hello, Sean –

      A nice, lustrous 1963 Washington quarter in low to mid uncirculated grades is typically worth $8 to $11.

  • sharon

    I have a silver quarter the size of a dime with smooth edges 1976

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hi, Sharon –

      Without seeing a photo of your coin, my best guess is that you have a replica piece.

      If you would like to post an image of your coin, please feel free to do so here in the comments section!

      Thanks!

  • revaa

    I have about 8 nickles dating from 1901 to 19011. Are they worth anything.?

  • Christian

    Here is my 1964 washington silver quarter. It has no mint mark, making it philadelphia I guess. What can u say about it?

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hello, Christian —

      You are correct in that the lack of a mintmark means it was produced at the Philadelphia mint. 1964 marked the last year that the United States Mint produced 90% silver business-strike coins such as yours. While more than 1.2 billion Washington quarters were made in 1964, many have since been melted down and virtually all that remain are in the hands of families with estates, coin collectors, or bullion investors.

      Thanks for your question!

  • Yolanda Lopez Aranda

    I have a 1943 silver quarter was wondering what its worth

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hello, Yolanda —

      Given the current value of silver bullion, your 1943 Washington quarter is worth around $4. ‘

      Thank you for your question!
      Josh

  • Yolanda Lopez Aranda

    I have a 1885 E.PLURIBUS.UNUM silver dollar and a 1922 liberty silver dollar also a 1 onza plata pura 1986 mexico ley.999 estados unidos mexicanos coin if u can please let me know what they r worth thanks

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hello, Yolanda —

      Your 1885 Morgan dollar is worth about $20 while the 1922 Peace dollar has a value of around $15. The 1986 Mexican Libertad is approximately $25.

      Thanks for checking!
      Josh

  • lisa mycio

    Hello,
    I have rolls of american quarters from 1950-1960- someone is offering me 2.25 a piece- good deal or not?

  • China Suck

    Why don’t you all collect all the coins now and pass it to your super great great children. After all, don’t you want them rich?

  • sarah

    Just found this wondering if it’s worth anything 1908 letter p next to the ponytail.

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hello, Sarah —

      This is either a 1988-P or 1998-P (the letter “P” means it was struck at the Philadelphia mint) with a damaged third digit. It’s worth face value.

      Thanks for checking, Sarah!

  • Stephen H

    Hey Josh I have a standing liberty quarter that doesn’t have a date on it but it has the m on it. Ca you tell me about it and what its worth?

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hello, Stephen —

      Standing Liberty quarters made from 1916 through 1924 are often found dateless because the date on these coins were placed in a spot prone to wear. Most times, dateless Standing Liberty quarters are worth $6 to $8. However, if you have a Type I specimen (which does NOT have 3 stars under the eagle on the reverse), you might be tempted to submit it to a third-party coin grading to see if your coin MIGHT be the rare 1916 Standing Liberty quarter. This is a very slight possibility, but might be worth taking the risk on submission cost to see.

      Here’s some info on third-party coin grading firms: http://coins.thefuntimesguide.com/2009/01/slabbed_coins.php

      Good luck!

  • bmcclou

    I have a 1918/7 S Standing Liberty Quarter as shown in the picture, but I’m thinking that’s a counterfeit? The finish seems to look as though someone polished it with silver polish. Without weighing the coin how would I check to see if it’s fake?

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hello,

      Yes, you need to be very careful with these pieces, because they are very rare. Genuine examples are worth $2,000 and up, though if yours is real and cleaned, I would suggest the value would be about half of it’s grade-dependent value. You can check to see if your coin is real by looking for a tiny die chip just above the pedestal (on the obverse) near the star just to the right of the pedestal.

      Please let me know if you have any further questions and. Best of luck!

  • Linda Maxwell

    Hi, I have a 1943 steel penny and am wondering if it is worth anything.

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hi, Linda —

      A 1943 steel cent is worth 10 to 25 cents in worn condition.

      Best,
      Josh

  • Courtneey PG Paige

    I have a 2015 quarter with an error just wondering if there’s any value on it ?

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hi, Courtneey —

      These are selling for between $10 and $15 on average. Nice find!

      Best,
      Josh

  • Tequilla Mays

    I have 2 1943 silver dollars but one has a small mark under the head of the man ? Is one worth more than the other?

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hi, Tequilla —

      As the U.S. did not strike silver dollars in 1943, it would be important to first find out what nation your coins are from. You may feel free to post photos of your coins here, too.

      Thanks!
      Josh

  • ashley

    I have a 1900 quarter i was wondering how much it was worth

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hi, Ashley —

      A 1900 Barber quarter is worth $5 to $7 in well-worn condition. Neat find!

      Best,
      Josh

  • David Hulsey

    I have a 1857 flying eagle penny and a 1923 large print silver certificate, are these worth anything?

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Hello, David —

      Would you please post photos of the 1857 Flying Eagle cent and your 1923 silver certificate so I can determine the approximate condition of each piece and provide a more accurate estimate?

      Thanks!
      Josh

  • Tamara Austin

    Hello!! I have a 1963 (D) quarter. Any worth !?

    • JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide

      Yes, Tamara!

      Your 1963-D is worth about $3.50 with current silver values.

      Best,
      Josh