Would have to know WHY it is copper. In the 1940's there was no copper core in the quarter, so it can't be a lamination error. If it was struck on a cent planchet, it would be obviously undersized and worth up to $150. If struck on a planchet intended for some foreign coin, it could be worth several hundred dollars but it would be very difficult to locate an interested collector. If it just has a copper color because a high school physics class was experimenting with electroplating (my class only used dimes and pennies) or has had a reaction to contact with some chemical it is still worth about $.75 to melt for the silver content.
It's copper-nickel not silver. 1964 was the last year for 90% silver quarters.
If it's so worn that you can't make out the year, it's only worth its metal content. If it's an old silver coin, it might be worth $2.50 or so as scrap. If it's a modern copper-nickel quarter that is that worn down, it's only worth a quarter.
In the year 2000, the value of the quarter dollar which is 25 cents was $0.25.
A silver quarter is 90% silver and 10% copper but the last year they were minted was 1964. Your quarter contains no silver whatsoever.
No. This would be the year the mint made quarters from copper-nickel.
25 cents. 1861 is the year Kansas became a state. The quarter was minted in 2005.
The value of a silver quarter will vary on the year it was minted, the mint mark, and of course, its mint state. If you provide to me a specific coin, I will be able to relay its worth.
1930 was the last year for a Standing Liberty quarter, with a date of 1941 it's a Washington quarter. Post new question.
If the date is 1895 it's a Barber quarter, the first year of issue for the Standing Liberty is 1916.
1861 is the year Kansas became a state. The quarter was minted in 2005 and is worth 25 cents.
1953 is not considered to be a rare year for quarters. The coin is made of an alloy of 90% silver and 10% copper. Its melt value in lower grades is approximately 0.18 times the current price of 1 ounce of silver. In circulated condition they are worth 5 to 8 dollars. The value goes up if they're uncirculated.
A 1983 Lincoln cent is actually copper plated zinc, 1982 was the last year for copper pennies. It's just a penny.
1788 is the year Massachusetts became a state, but the quarter was minted in 2000. It's worth 25 cents.
Almost 2 BILLION were struck that year, spend it.
1890 is the year Idaho became a state. The Idaho state quarter was minted in 2007, and is worth 25 cents.
This year is still in circulation and is only face value.
The contents of a quarter have changed over the years. The Red Book says the outer layers are 75% copper and 25% nickel bonded to a pure copper inner core. The weight is 5.67 grams. This has not changed since 1965. Note that the mint does make special silver quarters each year that are not put into circulation. These are a combination of silver and copper.
25 cents. The last year for silver quarters was 1964.
1796 is the first year of issue, post new question.
If you mean it has no Mintmark, value depends on the year it was struck.
No US quarters of that date first year was 1796
Yes. It's made of 90% silver and 10% copper. 1964 was the last year for silver quarters.
zero dollars . it is a quarter made by those machines that makes ur quarter ancient . As said the USA did not have any quarters at the year of 1830 . i hope that helps
Take another look at that coin. If the year 1792 is just below the word Kentucky, then it's a 2001 State quarter.
Unless there's something that makes it special compared to the 1,867,399,999 other ones minted that year, it's only worth a quarter.