According to the U.S. Mint, a quarter weighs 5.670 grams or slightly more than 0.2 ounces. It's heavier than all coins of lesser value, but the half-dollar weighs twice as much. More »

A roll of quarters weighs 8 ounces. A quarter weighs 0.2 ounces, and a standard roll of quarters contains 40 coins. Multiplying the weight of one quarter by the number of quarters yields the total weight. More »

The total weight of 1,000 quarters is 5,670 grams. This is based on figures found in the United States Mint's 2011 Annual Report, which indicates that a quarter dollar weighs 5.670 grams. More »

With a weight of 5 grams, the U.S. nickel weighs twice as much as a penny and more than double the weight of a dime. The nickel is worth 5 cents. More »

The $5 American Eagle bullion coin weighs 0.1091 troy ounces, equivalent to 0.1197 ounces. It is 0.65 inches in diameter and depicts a walking Lady Liberty on the front and an eagle family on the back. It contains 0.1 tr... More »

A nickel weighs 5 grams. It is one of the lightest coins, with the half dollar weighing the most out of all American coins at 11.340 grams. More »

As of 2014, one U.S. penny weighs 2.5 grams and is made of 2.5 percent copper plating that covers a core of zinc. One penny is 19.05 millimeters in diameter and 1.52 millimeters thick. More »