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  1. #1
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    1983 d quarter.

    Is it worth anything? Saw online that it had a value of a 1.00 is this true? Is it some kind of low print run or something ?

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    It's worth exactly 25 cent. Sorry.
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    If your coin is in UNC or higher, it is worth $25+. In my opinion, keep AU and higher. The "D" is worth just slightly less than the "P."

    The 1983-P Quarter
    1/100 of an American dollar is a cent. It is NOT a penny. The word penny is used by several other countries, such as Great Britain, to denote their smallest denomination. In order to be numismatically correct, you must use the term cent to describe the American coin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sagittarius98 View Post
    If your coin is in UNC or higher, it is worth $25+. In my opinion, keep AU and higher. The "D" is worth just slightly less than the "P."

    The 1983-P Quarter
    Exactly. I've posted about the '83 before and few astute members had followed the posts. The value comes in mint state only. The quick reasoning behind this is that there were no Mint sets issued that year due to cost cutting at the Mint so there is no supply of mint state coins that collectors can draw from other than rolls and bags saved at the time. Roll and bag collecting had grown out of favor by this time as many had gotten burned by saving rolls in the era of clad. Coupled this with the fact that the Mint had commenced commemorative coins after a hiatus that looked to be a better investment at the time. Save rolls of clad or buy commemorative coins with precious metal? No one can fault collectors at the time for choosing the latter, but today, the clad has vastly outperformed any precious metal.

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    Ah, ok. I wonder how I missed the 1983 p. didn't even notice that one had higher value. I just saw a modern quarter with a high value and went blind with greed. Lol thank you.

 

 

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