As of 2014, the 1967 Canadian Centennial seven-coin proof set is worth about $736, according to Apmex. The collection is anchored by the Coat of Arms $20 face value coin, which bears an actual gold weight of 0.5288 troy ounces.
The other coins that comprise the collection are the Soaring Dove Penny, the Racing Rabbit Nickel, the Swimming Mackerel Dime, the Running Bobcat Quarter, the Howling Wolf Half Dollar and the Flying Goose Dollar, with the obverse of each coin featuring Queen Elizabeth II. A total of 337,688 of the sets were minted to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Canada's independence.Learn More
A Canadian quarter from the years 2000 through 2014 has a weight of 4.4 grams, or .15 ounces. First issued in 1870, the Canadian quarter's weight was established in 1908 at 5.81 grams, or .20 ounces. Figures for the weight of the quarter before 1908 are not available.Full Answer >
A standard roll of U.S. quarters, also known as a shotgun role, contains $10. Each role has 40 coins in it, and each quarter is worth $0.25.Full Answer >
The American Gold Eagle is a gold bullion coin available in four sizes, with an eagle on the reverse side. They come in 1/10-, 1/4-, 1/2- and 1-ounce sizes. They have face values of $5, $10, $25 and $50, respectively.Full Answer >
The value of a U.S. 1942 penny ranges from 35 cents to $4.00, according to CoinTrackers. The value is based on the condition of the coin.Full Answer >