It's worth 25 cents.
A 1970 US quarter has no silver, so it has no silver value.
This is a very common coin. it is only worth face value.
Bermuda's currency is linked to the US dollar. The coins are the same size and value as US coins and exchange one-for-one, so a Bermudan quarter is worth the same as a US quarter.
If it is uncirculated it will be worth more than face value but if it is circulated it will be worth 25 cents.
It's worth exactly 25 cents.
The US never struck a half quarter. A half quarter would be worth 12.5 cents.
If you got it in pocket change it is worth face value. If it is uncirculated it is worth a bit more than face value.
how much is this 1791-2001 quarter worth and how can sell it
The quarter is probably worth anywhere from $10.00-$475.00 depending on it's condition.
Only face value unless in mint packaging.
A 1942 Washington quarter is common. If it has any wear, the value is just for the silver, about $3.50.
A US quarter has a face value of 25 cents.
In circulated condition, it has no added value. A nice uncirculated one is worth a dollar or two.
If you mean the value of a US 90% silver quarter? Minimum value, as of 6-4-11, is about $6.56.The collectible value depends on date, grade and mintmark if any.
The coin can reach that value but it has to be in uncirculated condition.
Any silver (pre-1965) US quarter is currently worth at least $5 for its silver content. Then collector value above that depends on factors like the date and condition.
Please check your quarter again and post a new, separate question. The first US quarters were minted in 1796. If you have a dual-dated 1776-1976 quarter it's one of the billions minted for the US Bicentennial, and is worth only face value.
This quarter is only gold plated. The US does not make gold quarters. Gold plating adds no value to circulating coins. It is worth face value and is not spendable.
A 1765 US quarter does not exist.
It's worth about US$10.00.
It's still only worth 25 cents
No mint mark means it was minted in Philadelphia. The quarter is worth exactly 25 cents.
It's a common date, so it's only worth its silver melt value. At present, it's worth about $5.70.
If it is in MS-60 condition it is worth $8.00. If it is in MS-65 condition it is worth $25.00.