Additional Info: The 1967 Quarter is made of a nickel jacket over a copper core. These are much cheaper for the US mint to issue than coins with any real value. The current metal value for a quarter is .06 cents.
The pure metal value or current melt value of U.S. circulating and pre-1964 silver coins (ignoring the numismatic value) including the 1966 and 1967 quarter.
The 1967 quarter is a Washington quarter with no mintmark. It has no silver content, and is made of nickel and copper. Washington quarters are 25-cent coins produced by the United States Mint. They were first struck in 1932, with the original one designed by John Flanagan.
I’ve just heard of a 90% silver 1967 quarter being authenticated by ANACS. Anybody ever hear of one of these AND does anyone have any..