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1963 D Washington Quarter CoinTrackers.com has estimated the 1963 D Washington Quarter value at an average of $6, one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth $74.

Valuing the 1963 Washington Quarter. As stated above, silver value plays a large part in the value of 1963 Washington Quarters in lower grades. Examples that are below Uncirculated condition do not have a numismatic value that is greater than the silver value. This results in a price of around $4.25 at the time of this writing. As silver increases and decreases in price, the relative price of all 1963 Washington Quarters will change. Though the third largest mintage of the Washington quarter series at 135 million coins, the 1963-D is not one of the more common issues in the series in Gem condition. It is rarer, for example, than the 1963. Call it a "mid-range" rarity in Gem condition. Like most D Mints of this era, marks and abraisions can be a problem with this issue. It's a 1963 Denver mint silver quarter that appears to have a raised "D" in his hair on the obverse. I'll post photos of the front and back. Also, the "R" in quarter on the reverse looks like another letter might have been stamped over it? 1963 With the nation facing a growing coin shortage caused by silver hoarders who were pulling from circulation dimes, quarters, and half dollars in large numbers, the United States Mint turned out a fantastic number of Washington quarters in 1963. 1963 Washington Quarter CoinTrackers.com has estimated the 1963 Washington Quarter value at an average of $6, one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth $60.

Though the third largest mintage of the Washington quarter series at 135 million coins, the 1963-D is not one of the more common issues in the series in Gem condition. It is rarer, for example, than the 1963. Call it a "mid-range" rarity in Gem condition. Like most D Mints of this era, marks and abraisions can be a problem with this issue.

$3.38 is the minimum 1963 quarter value. It is the underlining silver price raising the value of your coin to this level. Other elements do contribute to raising the value higher, particularly the condition of your coin and finding the "D" mintmark. 1963 25c Washington Silver Quarter US Coin Average Circulated More Buying Choices $10.95 (1 used offer) 1963 Switzerland Silver 1 Franc Coin, Extremely Fine Condition Half Dollar 1963 Franklin 90% SILVER US Coin United States America Combine Ship. $10.00 + $3.45 Shipping Valuing the 1963 Washington Quarter. As stated above, silver value plays a large part in the value of 1963 Washington Quarters in lower grades. Examples that are below Uncirculated condition do not have a numismatic value that is greater than the silver value. This results in a price of around $4.25 at the time of this writing. As silver increases and decreases in price, the relative price of all 1963 Washington Quarters will change.

1963 D Washington Quarter CoinTrackers.com has estimated the 1963 D Washington Quarter value at an average of $6, one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth $74.

$3.38 is the minimum 1963 quarter value. It is the underlining silver price raising the value of your coin to this level. Other elements do contribute to raising the value higher, particularly the condition of your coin and finding the "D" mintmark. 1963 25c Washington Silver Quarter US Coin Average Circulated More Buying Choices $10.95 (1 used offer) 1963 Switzerland Silver 1 Franc Coin, Extremely Fine Condition Half Dollar 1963 Franklin 90% SILVER US Coin United States America Combine Ship. $10.00 + $3.45 Shipping Valuing the 1963 Washington Quarter. As stated above, silver value plays a large part in the value of 1963 Washington Quarters in lower grades. Examples that are below Uncirculated condition do not have a numismatic value that is greater than the silver value. This results in a price of around $4.25 at the time of this writing. As silver increases and decreases in price, the relative price of all 1963 Washington Quarters will change.

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1963 25c Washington Silver Quarter US Coin Average Circulated More Buying Choices $10.95 (1 used offer) 1963 Switzerland Silver 1 Franc Coin, Extremely Fine Condition

Though the third largest mintage of the Washington quarter series at 135 million coins, the 1963-D is not one of the more common issues in the series in Gem condition. It is rarer, for example, than the 1963. Call it a "mid-range" rarity in Gem condition. Like most D Mints of this era, marks and abraisions can be a problem with this issue.

Valuing the 1963 Washington Quarter. As stated above, silver value plays a large part in the value of 1963 Washington Quarters in lower grades. Examples that are below Uncirculated condition do not have a numismatic value that is greater than the silver value. This results in a price of around $4.25 at the time of this writing. As silver increases and decreases in price, the relative price of all 1963 Washington Quarters will change. Though the third largest mintage of the Washington quarter series at 135 million coins, the 1963-D is not one of the more common issues in the series in Gem condition. It is rarer, for example, than the 1963. Call it a "mid-range" rarity in Gem condition. Like most D Mints of this era, marks and abraisions can be a problem with this issue. It's a 1963 Denver mint silver quarter that appears to have a raised "D" in his hair on the obverse. I'll post photos of the front and back. Also, the "R" in quarter on the reverse looks like another letter might have been stamped over it? 1963 With the nation facing a growing coin shortage caused by silver hoarders who were pulling from circulation dimes, quarters, and half dollars in large numbers, the United States Mint turned out a fantastic number of Washington quarters in 1963. 1963 Washington Quarter CoinTrackers.com has estimated the 1963 Washington Quarter value at an average of $6, one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth $60.

Most Jefferson Nickel Five Cent pieces are worth face value. However, some of the coins have silver content or are less common. These coins may be worth  USA Coin Book Estimated Value of 1963-D Washington Quarter is Worth $4.26 in Average Condition and can be Worth $6.28 to $13 or more in Uncirculated (MS+) Mint Condition. Click here to Learn How to use Coin Price Charts. Also, click here to Learn About Grading Coins. The Melt Value shown below is how Valuable the Coin's Metal is Worth (bare minimum value of coin). 1963 D Washington Quarter CoinTrackers.com has estimated the 1963 D Washington Quarter value at an average of $6, one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth $74.