Thursday, March 09, 2017

2015-D Homestead Quarter

The Denver version of the Homestead quarter. Took a while to find one especially since a change of jobs means no more easy coin finds.

Reverse of 2015-D Homestead Quarter, Home, Grains, Water Pump
Obverse of 2015-D Homestead Quarter, Washington
Bag damage on the front where Washington's wig meets his neck. Bag damage refers to the time after a coin is minted and it gets dumped into carts, crates, and bags to get shipped. This damage is unwanted but for circulating coins does not affect value even on rare pieces.

Damage made outside the mint of by accident does lower value. Bag damage is part of the process but ideally you want a circulating coin to not have any for maximum value and appeal.

Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 25 Cents - Homestead / United States
Year: 2015 D
Mintage: 248,600,000
Metal: 91.67% Copper 8.33% Nickel
Value: $0.25 in F-12

Do you have a quarter from America and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

2 dollars worth, for Comments/Questions click here.:

Stacie Dilbeck said...

I have 2 2000-D Virginia state quarters one weighing in at 5.81 and the other weighing in at 5.75. the 5.81 is shiny looks new however, the reverse severely off center. The 5.71 looks like it's missing a layer, it's two toned looking more copperish (maybe goldish)... It too is off but not by much.

Stacie Dilbeck said...

Sorry the weight of the 2nd is indeed 5.75. Any information regarding these will be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much