Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by bigred, Feb 28, 2005.
Does anyone know the value thank you
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It depends on the condition, but if it's in pristine uncirculated condition, possibly up to $10. The mint did not begin using the P mintmark on coins until 1979.
so then it is common not to have the D or P? no it is circulated..
I don't know much about coins, but after I found one of the down leaf wisconsin quarters I check my change NOW lol
Welcome to the forum bigred. Stick around a while, and maybe we will have a chance to also welcome you to the Hobby of Kings!
Circulated 1968 Philadelphia quarters are worth four for a dollar. There were almost 221-million of them minted, all without a mint mark.
The first quarters bearing a P mint mark were the 518-million plus produced in 1980.
Washington quarters minted at Denver have carried the D mark since inception of the design in 1932.
Thank you I just got more quarters and noticed the same thing, and I know I am not that lucky thank you. -Jeff-
The coin is from the Philadelphia mint, they did not have a mintmark in 1968.
Get a "red book". United States Coins by RS Yeoman from Whitman.
How do i sell my 1968 no mint mark? Websites suggested? Thank you.
Did you read this thread? If it is a circulated coin just spend it, there is no collector value.
That down leaf would be cool.
In other words, that coin hasn’t gained any value in the nearly 14 years since this thread was open.
Next year is that coins year!!! Big things are happening.
it is worth face value
Yeah, i agree, only worth a quarter.
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