1967 Quarter Value?

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The face value of a 1967 quarter is 25 cents. If the 1967 quarter is in poor condition, it may be worth around $1 to collectors. In perfect condition, the 1967 quarter may be worth up to $7.
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25 cents.
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Twenty Five Cents. If certified MS56 and encapsulated by one of the major
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The U.S. Mint released a series of quarters featuring each of the 50 states in the union between 1999 and 2008. Uncirculated examples can be valued at a premium over quarters that
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