There is no significant difference in the net worth of any given state quarter. So many cast from 1999 through 2008 that many decades need to pass before there is a significant increase in their value. More »

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State quarter errors are mistakes made on coins from the U.S. Mint's state quarter series, which was launched in 1999. Types of state quarter errors include missing design features, improper coatings, wrongly sized coins... More »

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Gold-plated state quarters are worth approximately 25 cents, or the face value of the coin. These coins are usually legal tender, U.S. government-issued coins that were plated with a small amount of gold by an aftermarke... More »

It is not possible to determine the average value of a state quarter with a mint error accurately. Each error type and/or individual error is unique with regard to the error's amount of detail, the degree of damage to th... More »

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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 rari... More »

Several types of quarters carry more value than their face value of 25 cents, as of 2014, including Washington quarters minted earlier than 1964, particular state quarters — minted between 1998 and 2009 — that bear error... More »

A sovereign is nominally valued at ?1. However, the intrinsic value of the coin is higher, depending on the price of gold on the commodities market. More »

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