How Much Is A 1967 Quarter Worth With No Mint Mark? (Value, Info)

Last Updated on March 7, 2022

1967 Washington quarters with no mint mark are one of the coins most sought after by American quarter collectors since 1970 and because of its popularity, a high number of units were produced.

Although popular, not all of these coins are equally valuable. Keep on reading to find its worth, known errors, and helpful information about this coin.


How much is a 1967 quarter worth with no mint mark?

Uncirculated 1967 quarters are worth $1 to $3. For a circulated quarter, it could be worth $1.00-$1.25. In high grades like MS67, MS68, Proofs, Uncirculated (MS+) or Mint Condition expect $8,813.

Which Rare 1967 quarters are worth money?

Any signs of circulation like loss of original shine, scratches, bumps and heavy wear can reduce the value of  the 1967 Washington 25 cents. So if you want a higher price for your 1967 Washington 25 cents it shouldn’t have any signs of circulation.

Where is the mint mark on a 1967 quarter?

Washington quarters are 25 cent coins produced by the United States Mint with no mint mark. It is made of copper and nickel with no silver.

How much is a 1967 quarter supposed to weigh?

Every silver quarter minted from 1873 to 1964, including silver Washington quarters, Standing Liberty quarters, and Barber quarters has the same weight of 6.25 grams. These silver coins are made of 90% silver and 10% copper.

What does it mean when there is no mint mark on a coin?

If the letter in the US coin is written without a mintmark, it means that the coin has no mintmark. Usually, it was minted in Philadelphia.

How much is a 1967 half dollar worth?

 In uncirculated condition with a grade of MS 63, 1967 half dollar with no mint mark is worth around $6 while you can sell for around $75 the uncirculated coins with a grade of MS 65.

What year quarters are worth collecting?

Quarters dated 1964 and earlier are worth many times their face value since they are made of 90% silver. If you have this type of coin, you’re in luck because silver is valuable nowadays.

How much is a two tailed quarter worth?

There are lots of misconceptions about this two-headed coin. Many people strongly believe that this coin is very valuable and enough to fund their retirement. But the sad truth is the two-headed coin can only be sold between $3 to $10.

Is a quarter without mint mark valuable?

1965, 1966 and 1967 coins were intentionally created without a mintmark. These coins  are very common today and have little value beyond their face value.

Are there any errors in the 1967 quarter?

Certain errors while in the process of minting these series. These errors are highly sought after by coin collectors.

Lining loss

There are some 1967 Washington pieces where the copper core is visible because of the missing coating.

You can see this error in the obverse, on the reverse or on both sides of the coin. Expect $23 in AU50 to $149.50 in MS65 quality. AU 55 can be found for $200.


Aside from the features that remain readable after the partial loss, the size and the place of the cut-out are valued.

The value of the coin will be based on the cut out error. AU 55 which is missing more than 30% of the coin is being valued at $1,450. NGC MS 60 with missing circular ring  and some part of it is missing, the value ranges from $104 to $150.

How much is 1968 quarter worth?

In uncirculated condition with a grade of MS 63, the 1968 quarter with no mint mark is worth around $2. Grade of MS 65 are valued at around $8 for uncirculated coins.

In uncirculated condition with a grade of MS 63, 1968 D quarter is worth around $2.

Where is the mint mark on a 1967 half dollar?

There is no mint mark for the 1967 uncirculated Kennedy Half Dollar. The coins 1965-1967 were intentionally produced without mint marks to prevent the coin hoarding.

How do you tell if a quarter is silver?

Check the date to find out if your quarter is silver. Any quarter with a date earlier than 1965 will be silver and you can see it in the front of the coin or on the edge.

What is the rarest mint mark on a coin?

Here are 5 of the most valuable U.S. coins:

  • 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar has no mint mark and value is $1.
  • 1913 Liberty Head Nickel has no mint mark and value is $.05
  • 1870 S Seated Liberty Dollar with mint mark S and the value is $1. 
  • 1927 D St Gaudens Double Eagle with mint mark D and the value:is $20. 
  • 1838 O Capped Bust Half Dollar with Mint mark O.

What does a mint mark look like on a quarter?

A mint mark is a symbol or letter that identifies where the coin was made. For example, U.S. coins, the mint mark will be a D, stands for Denver or Dahlonega mint, San Francisco will be S, P for Philadelphia, CC for Carson City while W for West Point.

Where to get 2-dollar bills?

The 2-dollar bills are out there in circulation but You won’t get many of these bills in change. If you want to collect this type of money, you need to go on auction sites or ask at your bank.

Jackie Palmer is a Houston-based coin journalist and fashion enthusiast. She joined Jewels Advisor’s content team after years of experience as a content strategist, managing blogs and social channels for local stores. Jackie mostly collects and studies US coins produced during the 20th century and over the years, published hundreds of articles for multiple coin publications.