The 1925 Standing Liberty quarters have value as both numismatic coins and as silver bullion. Keep reading to learn more about these silver coins.
Type: Standing Liberty Quarter
Face Value: $0.25
Composition: 90% silver, 10% copper
Silver Weight: .18084 oz.
Total Weight: 6.25 grams
Current Silver Bullion Value: $3.19
Starting in 1925 there was a small design change for the Standing Liberty quarters. This design change made the date recessed into the coin, rather than elevated. The change was made because the date on circulated coins was getting hard to read. In some cases the date was completely worn off and so those coins were getting returned to the mint. This small change was successful at eliminating the problem.
There is no mint mark for this coin and it was only minted in Philadelphia. 1925 D quarters or 1925 S quarters do not exist.
This coin in circulated condition is worth at least its weight in silver. The silver melt value for this coin is $3.19 as of January 21, 2020. This melt value is calculated from the current silver spot price of $17.66 per ounce.
The 1925 quarter with no mint mark is worth around $7.50 in good condition. In very fine condition the value is around $20. In extremely fine condition the value is around $40. In uncirculated condition the price is around $130 for coins with an MS 60 grade. Uncirculated coins with a grade of MS 65 can sell for around $200.
Good- The date and the letters are readable. The top of the date is worn. Liberty's toes and right leg are completely worn. There is a lot of wear on Liberty's left leg and the drapery lines.
Very fine- The garmet line across liberty's leg looks worn, but it's visible at the sides.
Extremely fine- Only the high spots are flattened. Liberty's toes look sharp. The drapery lines across Liberty's right leg are clearly visible.
MS 60 uncirculated- There are no signs of wear. The coin has luster, but there may be a few stains, abrasions, or surface marks.
MS 63 choice uncirculated- In the major focal areas there are some blemishes or contact marks. The coin's luster might not be as prominent.
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