How much is a 1944 silver quarter worth today?

The 1944 silver quarter value can significantly vary, depending on its condition and the mint mark. This iconic piece is still popular as one of the last US coins containing silver….

1944 quarter value*
Year Extra fine quality Uncirculated quality
1944 $7.5 $8
1944 S $8 $10
1944 D $8 $10

What is the 1984 quarter error?

This 1984 Washington Quarter may have a few errors, but the potential one is a cud/knot above George Washington’s head is beneath “LIBERTY” and between the “B & E”. You have to expand the picture too see it.

How much is a 1943 d silver quarter worth?

1943 Silver Quarter value*
Quality 1943 1943 D
Uncirculated $9.5 $25.75
Brilliant uncirculated $42.75 $57
MS 65

What makes a 1944 quarter valuable?

The 1944 quarter with no mint mark is worth around $6 in extremely fine condition. In uncirculated condition the price is around $9 for coins with an MS 60 grade. Uncirculated coins with a grade of MS 65 can sell for around $26. The 1944 D quarter is worth around $6 in extremely fine condition.

Is there anything special about a 1983 quarter?

Among Washington quarter dollars, some issues from the 1980s that are generally worth face value become rarities in top Mint State grades. The Philadelphia Mint struck more than 673.5 million 1983 quarter dollars, but of the more than 1,000 graded by PCGS, just 11 have been graded MS-67.

What’s the most valuable quarter?

The Top 15 Most Valuable Quarters

  • 1804 Draped Bust Quarter.
  • 1828 Capped Bust Quarter – Repunched Denomination 25/5/50C.
  • 1838 Proof Liberty Seated Quarter – No Drapery.
  • 1805 Draped Bust Quarter.
  • 1850 Proof Liberty Seated Quarter.
  • 1839 Proof Liberty Seated Quarter – No Drapery.
  • 1807 Draped Bust Quarter.
  • 1796 Draped Bust Quarter.

How much is a 1943 steel penny worth?

Value of a 1943 Steel Penny They are worth about 10 to 13 cents each in circulated condition and as much as 50 cents or more if uncirculated.

What were 1944 quarters made of?

1944 Washington quarter dollar was struck on a zinc-coated steel cent planchet.