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One dollar.

One roll of quarters has a face value of $10, which makes 40 quarters per roll. With current silver prices, one silver quarter has a melt value of about $5, times 40 coins is $200.

there are 67 quarters

4 quarters and one nickel

One dollar

One roll of dimes contains 50 coins for a value of $5. Quarters come in rolls of 40 for a value of $10.

600

One quarter weighs 5.67 grams, and there are 453.59 grams in one pound. That makes 80 quarters to a pound, which is worth $20.

Face value of $200 is 800 quarters. As of 16 September, one U.S. silver quarter is worth $3.371 in melt value. Multiply that by 800, and you get $2,696.80.

Any of the state quarters struck of circulation have face value only.

Two quarters = 50 cents.

$10.00

90% silver U.S. quarters have a silver value of $7.50 as of 9-8-11.

One pound of quarters (which individually weigh 5.67g), adds up to $20. So multiply $20 times 500 to get the (approximate) face value.

$53.75.

$75.00

$100

3 million quarters are worth $750,000.

One pound (weight) contains 80 quarters, which is $20 (using the weight of modern clad quarters at 5.67 grams each). 117 lbs then is worth $2,340.

three quarters. one half (two quarters) and one quarter = three quarters.

1 .00

1964 was the last year for circulating silver quarters in the U.S. As of 6 March 2014, one is worth just under $4 for the silver.

This would depend upon why you want to quarters. If you want to be a coin collector then you would collect one of each quarter in an issue [Washington Quarters, Standing Liberty Quarters and etc.] If you want them for an investment, then you should study about coins, learn why some increase in value and some do not, and then pick the ones you think will increase in value.

$130.00 There are 40 quarters to a roll, which equals $10.00

US quarters made in 1964 and before have a silver value of about $5.13 as of today. They may have a higher value to a collector depending on their date and mint mark.