Which state quarter is worth the most?

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All state quarters are worth the same: 25 cents. They have zero collectors value. Even as proofs, it still doesn't add much value to them. This is because the designs are infantile and the coins are made from base metals. Don't count on any make or design attaining significant value anytime in the future.
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They are only worth what someone is willing to pay for them. If you hand them to a cashier they are all worth 25 cents.
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The general rule for determining the value of state quarters is this: The older the coin, the more it is worth. State quarters produced from 2007 and onward are valued at 25 cents
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1964 D, and 1964 90% Silver quarters can sell for as much as $2.5119 each
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No, one can walk through almost all areas of Gettysburg National Military Park. It is indeed worth exploring. There are markers explaining what happened exactly where various parts
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US Mint's 50 State Quarters Program
Between 1999 and 2008, the US Mint released a commemorative quarter about every 10 weeks honoring each of the 50 states. The quarters were issued in the order each state entered the Union.
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