# What Is the Thickness of a Quarter?

The thickness of a quarter is 1.75 mm. The image of the President George Washington is seen on the obverse of the coin. The first quarters released 1976 has the image of Lady Liberty on its obverse, and an eagle on the other side.
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 The US quarter is 1.75 mm thick. It is 0.995 inches (or 24.26 mm) in diameter. The edge of the quarter is rough in a pattern known as reeds of which there are 119 around the circumference http://answers.ask.com/Hobbies/Antiques_and_Collec...
 .069" or 1.75mm http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What+is+a+quarter+thickn...
 A quarter is .0689 inches in thickness. http://www.chacha.com/question/how-thick-is-a-quar...
 10 quarters measured .067" average or 1.7mm A person weighing 125 lbs and is 5` 6" will be worth about \$246 in quarters. 12/.067=179 accord to ht. 179X5.5=984.5(985) 985 http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=201010...
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