Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by AikoNavs, Aug 23, 2019.
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I'd be surprised if anyone would want to pay more than face value for your coins.
Pass them on to your grandchildren if and when you have any hopefully it will keep the new generations interested in coin collecting.
Personally, they are actually really nice and in good shape, yes, probably MS, but just think about this: they made hundreds of millions of each Statehood Quarter Dollar and for every 5 people who collected these one at a time to put in maps there is 1 person who put away a roll of them fresh from the bank and that means that there are people who have not 1 or 2, but 40 of each and because of this demand is going to be easily satisfied for longer than most of us will be around.
No demand = No value above 25 cents.
I saved all of the State Quarters and all of the ATB, Parks Quarters.
I bought some blank Whitman quarter folders and they look great. Although it appears some are starting to tone. Most of them are MS. A few are AU. Almost all of them are face value.
A very few of the low mintage ATB will be worth a little over face value
in mint condition.
These coins will not be worth grading as they produced TONS AND TONS of them. It did get people interested in the hobby, but they never know when to stop, and they have been in overkill mode for quite some time.
I'm not saying spend them, but that's what they are worth. They will never
be worth grading not even in 100 years.
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