How much is a full 50 state quarter collection worth?

Unfortunately, if you created your collection from coins you found in your wallet and at your bank, your 50 quarters probably have no more value than 25 cents each. A complete collection is worth $12.50, which isn’t nothing, but also isn’t a lot.

What are state quarter proof sets worth?

They were also in special five-coin proof sets containing the quarters released during each year of the series. Clad Proof State Quarters are 91.67% copper and 8.33% nickel, and have a real-world value of about $1.75 each.

How much is a 2000 US Mint proof Set worth?

2000 US Mint Proof Set Value

2000 Proof Set Value
Values Updated 2021
2000-s 10-Coin Set $7.13
2000-s 5-Coin Quarter Set $4.60
2000-s Silver 10-Coin Set $41.00

How many Proof State Quarters were made?

50 State quarters

Edge 119 reeds
Composition 91.67% Cu 8.33% Ni (standard) 90% Ag 10% Cu (proof only)
Years of minting 1999–2008
Mint marks P, D, S (proof only)

What is a 1999 proof set worth?

1999 US Mint Proof Set Value

1999 Proof Set Value
Values Updated 2021
1999-S 9-Coin Set $8.93
1999-S 5-Coin Quarter Set $4.99
1999-S Silver 9-Coin Set $90.60

How much is a 1970 proof set worth?

Modern U.S. Proof Set Coin Values

Date & Type Total Sets Sold Total Face Value
Date & Type Total Sets Sold Total Face Value
1970-S 2,632,810 $0.91
1970-S Level 7 Small Date cent* ^ $0.91
1970-S No S Roosevelt Dime* ^ $0.91

What state Quarters are silver?

Just the silver quarters set. Includes the 5 State Quarters: Massachusetts, Maryland, South Carolina, New Hampshire, and Virginia (S) mint quarters made of silver. All were minted at the US government mint in San Francisco and carry the “S” mintmarks.

What are my State Quarters worth?

State quarters are still circulating and can be collected right out of your pocket change. Therefore, most circulated examples are only worth their face value of 25 cents. Nice uncirculated sets are worth slightly more.

What is a coin proof set?

A Proof set is a collection of Proof coins from one particular year. The set can be officially marketed by the issuing mint as a “set” or can be individually assembled by a dealer or collector from Proof coins purchased separately.