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1977 Washington Quarter Value in mint state is worth.25C to.50C if they’re circulated (worn) and will be worth $1 or more if they grade MS63. A 1977 Washington Quarter can be worth $100 if graded and certified MS67 in a PCGS or NGC holder. A raw or ungraded uncirculated example will sell for less. More Silver Washington Quarter Values. Unfortunately, neither gold nor colored Washington quarters and State quarters were ever made by the United States Mint. If you find coins like these, you’ll be perhaps a little frustrated to learn that while they’re real quarters, they were altered after they left the U.S. Novelty coins like these may be neat — but most aren’t worth much more than their face value or metal value. US Coins Opens about. Fine Art Opens about. Sports Collectibles Opens about. Nature & Science Opens about. World & Ancient Coins Opens about. US Coins Opens about. Luxury Real Estate Opens about. Fine Art Opens about. World & Ancient Coins Opens about. Washington Quarters. The United States Mint first minted the Washington quarter in 1932 as a commemorative coin to celebrate the 200 th anniversary of the birth of our first president. From 1932 until 1964, the coins were made of an alloy of 90% silver and 10% copper. In 1965, the mint began producing quarters that consisted of outer layers of 75% copper and 25% nickel clad to a. This 1977-D Washington Quarter is a 'must have' for those hoping to complete a date and mint mark collection of sought-after Washington Quarters. Once overlooked, early Washington quarters are now more difficult to find because thousands of new Statehood quarter collectors are also eagerly seeking these issues.

Clad Composition

Minted at: Denver

Metal Composition: 91.67% Copper - 8.33% Nickel

Mass / Weight: 5.67 grams

What This Coin Looks Like (Obverse, Reverse, Mint Mark Location, Special Features, etc.):
Coin Value Chart: Typical Coin Prices, Values and Worth in USD based on Grade/Condition
Good
(G-4)
Very Good
(VG-8)
Fine
(F-12)
Very Fine
(VF-20)
Extremely Fine
(EF-40)
About Uncirculated
(AU-50)
Uncirculated
(MS-60)
Uncirculated
(MS-65)
Proof
(PR-65)
-------$6.32-

USA Coin Book Estimated Value of 1977-D Washington Quarter is Worth $6.32 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). Click here to see the Melt Value of every US Coin.
MELT VALUE: $0.0501
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  • Seller: mafitzwater
    Certification Agency: US Mint
    Condition: UNCIRCULATED
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    Condition: MS - BU
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    Condition: Uncirculated
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    Condition: Unc.
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    Condition: BU
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    Condition: BU

1977 Quarter No Mint Mark

Washington quarter

Below are the mintage figures for the Washington quarter.

The following mint marks indicate which mint the coin was made at (parentheses indicate a lack of a mint mark): Rare us coins.

P = Philadelphia Mint

D = Denver Mint

S = San Francisco Mint

Eagle reverse (1932–1974)[edit]

Silver[edit]

Eagle reverse, 1932–1964 (Silver)
YearMintMintage[1][2]Comments
1932(P)5,404,000
D436,800
S408,000
1934(P)31,912,052Doubled die errors are known.[3]
D3,527,200
1935(P)32,484,000
D5,780,000
S5,660,000
1936(P)41,300,000
D5,374,000
S3,828,000
(P)3,837Proof
1937(P)19,696,000Doubled die errors are known.[4]
D7,189,600
S1,652,000
(P)5,542Proof
1938(P)9,472,000
S2,832,000
(P)8,045Proof
1939(P)33,540,000
D7,092,000
S2,628,000
(P)8,795Proof
1940(P)35,704,000
D2,797,600
S8,244,000
(P)11,246Proof
1941(P)79,032,000
D16,714,800
S16,080,000
(P)15,287Proof
1942(P)102,096,000
D17,487,200Doubled die errors are known.[5]
S19,384,000
(P)21,123Proof
1943(P)99,700,000Doubled die errors are known.[6]
D16,095,600
S21,700,000Doubled die errors are known.[7]
1944(P)104,956,000
D14,600,800
S12,560,000
1945(P)74,372,000
D12,341,600
S17,004,001
1946(P)53,436,000
D9,072,800
S4,204,000
1947(P)22,556,000
D15,388,000
S5,532,000
1948(P)35,196,000
D16,766,800
S15,960,000
1949(P)9,312,000
D10,068,400
1950(P)24,920,126
D21,075,600D over S overmark errors are known.[8]
S10,284,004S over D overmark errors are known.[9]
(P)51,386Proof
1951(P)43,448,102
D35,354,800
S9,048,000
(P)57,500Proof
1952(P)38,780,093
D49,795,200
S13,707,800
(P)81,980Proof
1953(P)18,536,120
D56,112,400
S14,016,000
(P)128,800Proof
1954(P)54,412,203
D42,305,500
S11,834,722
(P)233,300Proof
1955(P)18,180,181
D3,182,400
(P)378,200Proof
1956(P)44,144,000
D32,334,500
(P)669,384Proof
1957(P)46,532,000
D77,924,160
(P)1,247,952Proof
1958(P)6,360,000
D78,124,900
(P)875,652Proof
1959(P)24,384,000
D62,054,232
(P)1,149,291Proof
1960(P)29,164,000
D63,000,324
(P)1,691,602Proof
1961(P)37,036,000
D83,656,928
(P)3,028,244Proof
1962(P)36,156,000
D127,554,756
(P)3,218,019Proof
1963(P)74,316,000
D135,288,184
(P)3,075,645Proof
1964(P)560,390,585Continued to be struck until 1966
D704,135,528Continued to be struck until 1966
(P)3,950,762Proof
(S)≈20-50[10]Satin finish, Special Mint Set

Clad[edit]

Eagle reverse, 1965–1974 (Nickel-clad copper)
YearMintMintage[1][2]Comments
1965(P)1,819,717,540
(D)^
(S)^
(S)2,360,000[11]Satin finish, Special Mint Set
1966(P)821,101,500
(D)^
(S)^
(S)2,261,583[12]Satin finish, Special Mint Set
1967(P)1,524,031,848
(D)^
(S)^
(S)1,863,344[13]Satin finish, Special Mint Set
1968(P)220,731,500
D101,534,000
S3,041,506Proof only
1969(P)176,212,000
D114,372,000
S2,934,631Proof only
1970(P)136,420,000
D417,341,364
S2,632,810Proof only
1971(P)109,284,000
D258,634,428
S3,220,733Proof only
1972(P)215,048,000
D311,067,732
S3,260,996Proof only
1973(P)346,924,000
D232,977,400
S2,760,339Proof only
1974(P)801,456,000
D353,160,300
S2,612,568Proof only

Bicentennial reverse[edit]

Bicentennial reverse, 1976 (Nickel-clad copper unless otherwise noted)
YearMintMintage[14]Comments
1976(P)809,784,016Struck in 1975 and 1976
D860,118,839Struck in 1975 and 1976
S4,908,319Uncirculated, silver-clad copper
S2,845,450[15]Proof, struck in 1975
S4,149,730[16]Proof, struck in 1976
S3,998,621Proof, silver-clad copper
(P)c3-4[17]Pattern, silver-clad copper

Eagle reverse (1977–1998)[edit]

Eagle reverse, 1977–1998 (Nickel-clad copper unless otherwise noted)
YearMintMintage[1][2]Comments
1977(P)468,556,000
(W)^First time West Point produced the quarter
D256,524,978
S3,251,152Proof only
1978(P)521,452,000
(W)^
D287,373,152
S3,127,781Proof only
1979(P)518,708,000
(W)^
D489,789,780
S3,677,175Proof only
1980P635,832,000First time the P mint mark was used on the quarter
D518,327,487
S3,554,806Proof only
1981P601,716,000
D575,722,833
S4,063,083Proof only
1982P500,931,000
D480,042,788
S3,857,479Proof only
1983P673,535,000
D617,806,446
S3,279,126Proof only
1984P676,545,000
D546,483,064
S3,065,110Proof only
1985P775,818,962
D519,962,888
S3,362,821Proof only
1986P551,199,333
D504,298,660
S3,010,497Proof only
1987P582,499,481
D655,594,696
S4,227,728Proof only
1988P562,052,000
D596,810,688
S3,262,948Proof only
1989P512,868,000
D896,535,597
S3,220,194Proof only
1990P613,792,000
D927,638,181
S3,299,559Proof only
1991P570,968,000
D630,966,693
S2,867,787Proof only
1992P384,764,000
D389,777,107
S2,858,981Proof
S1,317,579Silver proof
1993P639,276,000
D645,476,128
S2,633,439Proof
S761,353Silver proof
1994P825,600,000
D880,034,110
S2,484,594Proof
S785,329Silver proof
1995P1,004,336,000
D1,103,216,000
S2,117,496Proof
S679,985Silver proof
1996P925,040,000
D906,868,000
S1,750,244Proof
S775,021Silver proof
1997P595,740,000
D599,680,000
S2,055,000Proof
S741,678Silver proof
1998P896,268,000
D821,000,000
S2,086,507Proof
S878,792Silver proof

50 State quarters[edit]

District of Columbia and United States Territories quarters[edit]

District of Columbia[edit]

District of Columbia reverse, 2009 (Nickel-clad copper unless otherwise noted)
YearMintMintage[18]Comments
2009P83,600,000
D88,800,000
S2,113,390Proof
S993,589Silver proof

1977 Quarter Dollar Worth

Puerto Rico[edit]

Puerto Rico reverse, 2009 (Nickel-clad copper unless otherwise noted)
YearMintMintage[18]Comments
2009P53,000,000
D86,000,000
S2,113,390Proof
S993,589Silver proof

Guam[edit]

1977 Quarter Worth Money

Guam reverse, 2009 (Nickel-clad copper unless otherwise noted)
YearMintMintage[18]Comments
2009P45,000,000
D42,600,000
S2,113,390Proof
S993,589Silver proof

American Samoa[edit]

American Samoa reverse, 2009 (Nickel-clad copper unless otherwise noted)
YearMintMintage[18]Comments
2009P42,600,000
D39,600,000
S2,113,390Proof
S993,589Silver proof
1977

US Virgin Islands[edit]

US Virgin Islands reverse, 2009 (Nickel-clad copper unless otherwise noted)
YearMintMintage[18]Comments
2009P41,000,000
D41,000,000
S2,113,390Proof
S993,589Silver proof

Northern Mariana Islands[edit]

Northern Mariana Islands reverse, 2009 (Nickel-clad copper unless otherwise noted)
YearMintMintage[18]Comments
2009P35,200,000
D37,600,000
S2,113,390Proof
S993,589Silver proof

1977 Rare Quarter

America the Beautiful quarters[edit]

See also[edit]

  • United States cent mintage figures

References[edit]

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  6. ^'1943 Washington Silver Quarter Doubled Die Obverse Coin Value Prices, Photos & Info'. USA Coin Book. Retrieved 2019-07-15.
  7. ^'1943 S Washington Silver Quarter Doubled Die Obverse Coin Value Prices, Photos & Info'. USA Coin Book. Retrieved 2019-07-15.
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1977 D Quarter Worth

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