A Kansas quarter is worth 25 cents. You can find the value of a Kansas quarter by checking the coin’s condition and mint mark.
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What is the value of a Kansas quarter?
The value of a Kansas quarter varies depending on its condition and mint mark. Uncirculated quarters minted in 2003 at the Denver Mint are worth around $4.50, while circulated coins are worth about $0.50. Quarters minted inl other years and at other mints are valued similarly.
What is the value of a Kansas quarter with a mint mark?
As of July 2014, a Kansas quarter with a mint mark is valued at between $0.35 and $13, depending on its condition and whether it is in circulation or has been certified by a professional coin grading service. Uncirculated coins with a “D” mint mark (indicating that they were struck at the Denver Mint) are valued at $7 and up, while those without a mint mark are worth $0.35.
What is the value of a Kansas quarter with a date?
The value of a Kansas quarter varies depending on its year of minting, condition and availability. Kansas quarters from 2004 with a “D” mint mark are worth around $3.50 in circulated condition. Uncirculated coins with a “D” mint mark can be worth $8 or more. Proof coins minted at the Denver Mint are worth $15 or more.
How can I tell if my Kansas quarter is valuable?
Determining the value of a Kansas quarter is a three-step process.
First, you need to evaluate the current condition of your quarter. Second, you need to research what similar coin age, composition, and condition are selling for currently on the market. Finally, using both step one and two as reference, you can establish a fair market value for your quarter.