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 »

Many U.S. quarters carry a premium over their face value because of their silver content. Among them are Washington quarters minted before 1964. Other valuable quarters include older quarters, such as the Barber quarter,... More »

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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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 1977 dime is generally more valuable than its face value of 10 cents. Its actual value will depend on the condition of the coin and its type. 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 2014, a 1952 quarter is valued at between $3.66 and $5.13 depending on its mint mark and its condition. Those with a San Francisco mint mark are worth the most, while 1952 quarters minted in Denver and Philadelphia... More »

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