Quarter Values

The Quarter has been struck since 1796 and includes many collectible series and types, especially in modern times. There are many modern collectible coins in the Washington Quarter series including the 50 State series, the America the Beautiful series and the American Innovation series. 

The World’s Columbian Exposition Commemorative Half Dollars were not the only coins to be issued and sold at the Columbian Exposition. Learn more about Isabella Quarters.
Learn more about Draped Bust & Capped Bust Quarter values & history on APMEX.com. Find the value of your 1796-1838 Draped Bust & Capped Bust Quarters today!
Learn more about Seated Liberty Quarter values & history on APMEX.com. Find the value of your 1838-1891 Seated Liberty Quarter today!

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The Standing Liberty came after the Barber, and it ran from 1916 to 1930. These coins were created as a replacement for the Barber designs because the director of the U.S. Mint, Robert W. Woolley, thought that the 25-year minimum for a new coin design was actually a mandate to create a new coin when the time period was up.
Learn more about Standing Liberty Quarter values & history on APMEX.com. Find the value of your 1916-1930 Standing Liberty Quarter today!
Learn more about Washington Quarter values & history on APMEX.com. Find the value of your 1932-1964 Washington Quarter today!

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