A 1967 Washington quarter can be worth between 25 cents and $7. The value of a 1967 quarter is generally determined by its condition. The better the condition of the quarter, the more it's worth.
The 1967 Washington quarter carries no mint mark. It is made of a nickel jacket over a copper core. The government produced and released into circulation a total of 1,524,031,000 of these coins, making them relatively commonplace. Coins that are in poor condition are only worth their face value of 25 cents. Coins in perfect condition, that is, coins with no noticeable flaws, can be worth a maximum of $7.