My Coin Collection Part 5: Quarters

Stay updated with all the latest US rare coins news and listings by subscribing to our RSS feed and bookmarking us. Now, on to the video...This video covers the three types of State Quarters - Silver Proofs, Regular Proofs and Circulated. It covers Washington Quarters from 1932-1998 and also covers Barber (Liberty Head) Quarters. Not mentioned in this video is the Standing Liberty Quarter which was released from 1916-1930 in 3 different varieties, none of which I own. Also not mention are the many varieties of Liberty Seated Quarters which were out from 1838-1891. If you have any questions ask. ...Check back tomorrow for more us rare coin info and the latest old US coin listings in our coin shop.

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25 Responses to “My Coin Collection Part 5: Quarters”

  1. Wavatar treybezy Says:

    1907 barber here

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  2. Wavatar Timelord223 Says:

    How do you record those coins in such good quality?

    My oldest coin is a Greek coin that was found in a river, my oldest US coin is a 1883 V Nickel.

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  3. Wavatar Timelord223 Says:

    I have a 1930 standing liberty quarter.

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  4. Wavatar firestar9999 Says:

    i have a 1916 penny its very cool

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  5. Wavatar daviechouse Says:

    i have some seated quarters

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  6. Wavatar Beentakenaway123 Says:

    cool i have one too!!! i have the 1903 us quarter too.. :)

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  7. Wavatar firestar9999 Says:

    can u show me? it has like a roman spartin on it

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  8. Wavatar Beentakenaway123 Says:

    the 1903 quarter?? umm it has this face he looks roman and the 13 stars around his face theres an eagle in the other side with the 13 stars on the top of it.. :)

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  9. Wavatar firestar9999 Says:

    nice wut about the 1916 penny?

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  10. Wavatar SJCJproductions Says:

    cool i have the delaware 1999 one too

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  11. Wavatar notbryanB Says:

    i have a question. what does it mean if a coin is being circulated? plus what is a proof coin?

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  12. Wavatar FartherAway420 Says:

    Proof coins have a frost like look to them produced only for collectors. Circulated means that it is being spent so you will find it amongst your change.

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  13. Wavatar RavishingRedheadd Says:

    oh i have a question can anyone tell me?i have seom state quarters ohio.someone told me the letter on it ”p” was a mis print? and is out of print and rare? i have both of them.are they worth anything or out of print with that letter p on them?

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  14. Wavatar FartherAway420 Says:

    The P is the mint mark indicating it was created (minted) in Philadelphia.

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  15. Wavatar Talic3 Says:

    What was that book at the end of the video with the 1796 Quarter? :)

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  16. Wavatar FartherAway420 Says:

    Red Book

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  17. Wavatar fouad12333 Says:

    i got about 150 CANADIAN silver quarters, my oldest coin is around 1727 :)

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  18. Wavatar killer2532 Says:

    what is in that quarter wapper?

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  19. Wavatar karinne21 Says:

    the state quarters in circulation will never be worth more than a quarter :-) Same with the sacagawea, susan b. anthony and presidential dollars. The silver state quarters are worth something of course :-) Nice denver o 69 proof.

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  20. Wavatar thatguyashe Says:

    I work at a gas station. I found a Wisconsin, Proof! I believe it was. It had a mirror finish and was mint marked “S”

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  21. Wavatar FartherAway420 Says:

    Yup, I have probably found about 2 dozen proofs since working at my gas station, including 3 different state quarters.

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  22. Wavatar thatguyashe Says:

    Mine has very very mild oxidation on the obverse. The Red Book says it’s worth $5. So I can only assume I would get about 2.50-3.00 for it. But hey, I only paid a quarter for it.

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  23. Wavatar flyby7a Says:

    Hey fartheraway 420

    I thought the law of supply and demand stated that when the DEMAND overwhelmed supply stuff went up.. Maybe I was wrong :O(

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  24. Wavatar FartherAway420 Says:

    Except when they make too many of them, such as they did with the state quarters. It is rare to find a normal quarter now a days.

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  25. Wavatar gamerleaf326 Says:

    liar..

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