You didn't provide any information on the coin's condition or mint mark. Here are some typical values for 1940 quarters from Philadelphia (no mint mark), Denver (D), and San Francisco (S). "Good" condition means fairly heavy wear but all wording and major details visible, "Fine" can be interpreted as light to moderate wear, and "Extremely Fine" means the coin has essentially no wear.
Regardless of mint mark, a 1940 quarter would be worth around $3 in Good condition and maybe $6 in Fine condition. In XF, a Philadelphia issue would retail for about $10, a 1940-S would be about $15 and a 1940-D would be about $30.
more then 25
1940 is a common date for Washington quarters, if it has any wear at all, value is only for the silver about $6.00.
The coin is worth about $3.25 just for the silver, the collectible value depends on how much wear the coin has and if it has a mintmark. And just so you know, it's spelled QUARTER.
90%. They have a melt value of around $6. The last year they made them was 1964.
It's a common coin, if it shows any wear value is under $4.00 Uncirculated examples are $8.00-$10.00 retail.
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark,the coin is worth about $3.25 just for the silver, the collectible value depends on how much wear the coin has.
1940 Cdn quarter is worth from B.V. to 25.00 depending on condition. Source: 8th Edition Collecting World Coins.
is there a value on a canadian 1964 quarter
The value of a 1951 quarter will value depending on the condition and where it was minted. The value ranges from 3.52 to 4.30.
A US quarter has a face value of 25 cents.
A 1967 Washington quarter has no silver and is face value.