Your 1951 quarter value starts at $3.59 . Most older Washington quarters are in this range.
The higher valued coins, and sometimes much higher, are in the "Uncirculated" grades of condition. They are the types of coins collectors and dealers actively pursue.
Also affecting value are the different mintmarks on 1951 quarters. Three different minting facilities, Philadelphia, Denver "D" mintmark, and San Francisco "S" mintmark, produced Washington quarters in 1951.
The most valuable in the Uncirculated grades are the San Francisco coins. The "S" mintmark, indicating the specific mint, is found on the reverse.
A popular series with collectors and elusive in the higher grades, judge condition accurately and locate the different mintmarks and often the 1951 quarter is worth more.
1951 Quarter Value
|Condition of Coin|
|Date||Good - G||Fine - F||Extremely Fine
|1951 Quarter Value Updated||4/21/2014|
The coin value chart defines prices by the date, the presence of a mintmark and the condition of your coin.
From brand new condition to very worn condition, is reflected in the examples below. Line your quarters in a row, judge their state of preservation and assign each a "Grade."
As you proceed handle each coin carefully, keeping in mind, 1951 quarter value is highest for "Uncirculated" coins.
Uncirculated: Best described as never been touched, appearing as if fresh from the mint. The color of the coin is either bright silver white or naturally toned. Technically the requirement is the total absence of wear. Look for the first evidence of abrasion from circulation showing as a break of the delicate luster on the cheeks.
Extremely Fine: This quarter exhibits slight evidence of circulation, but was put away before to much wear accrued. Examine the hair and you notice the details are gone. Also the roundness of Washington's neck and cheeks has smoothed out somewhat.
Fine: On this coin the small and finer details have worn away and the area surrounding the ear has flattened from circulation. Many transfers from hand to hand have left their mark. However, eye appeal is still rather nice.
Good: All the major details show but very flattened by wear. The tops of the letters have begun to merge into the rim. In this grade, 1951 quarter value is their silver content.
The 1951-S Washington quarter featured in a DLRC Internet Auction was a toned gem of a quarter. And a gem of a value, selling for $86.25.
The striking quality was enhanced by the multi shaded blue and red coloring from age, found on both the obverse and reverse. And of course surfaces that did not show evidence of contact marks from other coins.
An exceptional 1951 quarter representing excellent quality form careful preservation, and value for the money. Your 1951 quarter value may reach higher than you expect.
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