1964 Quarter Value

Your 1964 quarter value starts a $3.34 each. This minimum price is because of the large silver content in old quarters.

1964 Quarter Value

Other factors do contribute to raising the value of your old coin, particularly the condition and determining which mint produced the quarter.

Beginning with the mintmark. Two mints struck Washington quarters in 1964, Philadelphia and Denver. Those minted in Philadelphia are worth a small premium today. You can tell them apart by the small "D" placed on the reverse by the Denver Mint.

The next challenge is determining the condition of your old quarter. Commonly found worn, see if your coin is in a higher more collectible "Uncirculated" condition, and compare it to the "Grading" images below.

A popular series with collectors and elusive in the higher grades, your 1964 quarter is worth a close examination.

1964 Quarter -D- Mintmark

The coin value chart breaks the prices down by date, mintmark and state of preservation.

1964 Quarter Value
 Condition of Coin
DateGoodFineExtremely
Fine
Uncirculated
  1964 Quarter Value Updated 4/24/2017
1964 $3.34 $3.34 $3.34 $3.62
1964 D $3.34 $3.34 $3.34 $3.62

The "1964-D" is a quarter minted by the Denver mint in 1964 and values are given in four different "Grades." How to grade your coins is covered below.


1964 Quarter Value by Grade

The most valuable Washington quarters are always the "Uncirculated" examples, the first image. The lowest value quarters are in "Good" condition. Most collectors eventually replace these "Good" coins with a finer example.

1964 Quarter Uncirculated Condition

Uncirculated: The top grade in both quality and value, requires close examination to confirm. Inspect the highest points of design and the fine details for evidence of wear. It is most noticeable as a dulling of the surface and breaks in the mint luster.


1964 Quarter Extremely Fine Condition

Extremely Fine: The lightest of wear and abrasion begins to show in the hair and curls over Washington's ear. Minute details have disappeared and mint luster is absent from the neck and cheek. This quarter is worn, but very lightly.


1964 Quarter Fine Condition

Fine: Still a respectable coin despite moderate wear. The hair and curls now show only major details. The neck and chin are worn to the point of merging. However the rim and date are clearly separated.


Washington Quarter Good Condition

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, 1964 quarter value is their silver content.


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1964 Quarter Auction Value

Over 704 million 1964-D quarters produced, the highest one date, one mint total of the entire 1932-1964 Silver Washington series.

A stunning example, gem quality 1964-D quarter was auctioned by DLRC Auctions $47.15. Certainly not an extremely high price, but an indication of how few from so many minted have remain in nice condition.

This quarter has all the traits of gem quality, lustrous blue-silver color and mark free surfaces.

Your 1964 quarter is worth a close inspection. Many where put away straight from the bank, saving them from circulation and wear. There are gems out there waiting for discovery.