2019 quarters

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  1. Aldav

    Aldav New Member

    Got this in change, they look different and feel light, what kind of coin are they and are they worth anything?
     

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  3. gronnh20

    gronnh20 Well-Known Member

    Lowell is the first ATB quarter release of 2019. The second ATB quarter for 2019 has been released already also. They're worth a quarter. If it looks like they haven't been circulated then they may be worth $1.00 someday.
     
  4. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    Hey, it's the new 2019 Quarter. A keeper if you don't have one but only worth face value.
     
  5. Aldav

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  8. dwhiz

    dwhiz Collector Supporter

    Here's one that went thru the dryer yesterday:eek: Dryer coin 4-horz.jpg
     
  9. Aldav

    Aldav New Member

    Ok. Well they made a good conversational piece at work. I'll just hold on to them for that if nothing else. Thank you.
     
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  10. Ima Dragon

    Ima Dragon Year of the Dragon

    I haven't run across any 2019 quarters yet . Speaking of Quarters though , I just started collecting the Quarters again since the Mint is producing the 5 Quarters and the Silver Proof sets in .999 Pure Silver this year . I got the Quarters from the Mint and they are Fabulous (1/4 oz Bullion) coins . The Silver Proof sets aren't out yet .
    Oddly enough the change to .999 renewed my interest in SAE too .
    I Love this Hobby !
     
  11. Aldav

    Aldav New Member

    Obviously I'm new to this. After generally about 70 hrs a week for 32 yrs I was told I needed a hobby. I have found interest in coins. I see I have a lot to learn though.
     
  12. Michael K

    Michael K Well-Known Member

    If it seems light you can weigh it. It should weigh 5.67g with a tolerance of +/- .227g. Making the range 5.443-5.897g.
    If it actually is light it could be a thinly rolled planchet, but the odds are it's within that range and almost always super close to 5.67g.
     
  13. Ima Dragon

    Ima Dragon Year of the Dragon

    Welcome ! You are in for a Treat . Be prepared as it can become Addictive , I still can't get over the early denominations of 1/2 cent , 2 cent , 3 cent , $1.00 , $2.50 & $3.00 coins .
    Always Glad to Welcome new members to the Numismatic Hobbyist Community .
     
  14. whopper64

    whopper64 Member

    Keep in mind the U.S. mint produces four types of ATB quarters - Silver proof, clad proof, uncirculated quality business strikes, and uncirculated for circulation business strikes. If you're going to start an ATB collection make sure you get all four types, as well as the "s" business strikes from the San Francisco mint.
     
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  15. Ima Dragon

    Ima Dragon Year of the Dragon

    Exactly the reason I chose to stop collecting the ATB Quarter series . Way too many strikes and Finishes , it just kept expanding overwhelming my ATB specific Display cases(2) . I really do like the series though .
     
  16. Michael K

    Michael K Well-Known Member

    Still waiting for my first Lowell quarter. New Mexico gets no respect.
    I was going to my credit union for months looking for Block Island, and then I got a couple of nice ones in change from Sprouts. Cumberland Island was also a difficult find.
     
  17. Cheech9712

    Cheech9712 Every thing is a guess

    Yeah lived in Lowell when Carter was there to name the mills as a national park. Wish he would of gave me a quater then. Then i would have at least have one already
     
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  18. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    I hear that!
     
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