Friday, September 06, 2013

2007-D Montana State Quarter

Have a Montana quarter and want to know its value?

Hannah would love this coin even if it took six years to find the Denver version. Let's start with all the interesting facts, Montaña  is Spanish for mountain which is how Montana got its name. There are more flatlands than mountains in Montana.


Cattle was key to Montana's success but since most of the land is arid they often died thus the skull on the back of this coin.

Big Sky Country is one of several nicknames including "The Treasure State", "Land of the Shining Mountains", and "The Last Best Place". All of which are slightly silly and does not accurately represent the state or mean anything in particular.

Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 25 Cents - Montana / United States
Year: 2007 D
Metal: 91.67% Copper 8.33% Nickel
Mintage: 256,240,000
Value: $0.25 in F-12

Do you have a state quarter 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.
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7 dollars worth, for Comments/Questions click here.:

eddypc07 said...

You put Alaska instead of Montana in Type/Country :P

Man said...


You put Alaska instead of Montana in Type/Country :P


Thanks copy and paste oversight, it now is corrected, thanks.

Let me know if more errors exist.

Anonymous said...

Any idea for values on these?
1982 Israel 10 Sheqalim Fine condition
1998 Republic of Kenya 20 Shillings Fine condition
1979P Susan B. Anthony Dollar Wide Rim

Anonymous said...

Sorry forgot to include Susan B. Anthony Dollar is also Fine/XF condition

Man said...

1982 Israel 10 Sheqalim Fine condition
--About $0.15

1998 Republic of Kenya 20 Shillings Fine condition
--About $1.00

1979P Susan B. Anthony Dollar Wide RimFine/XF condition
--About $8.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 2005 Kansas state quarter that is missing the heads side of the coin. It only has the side with the buffalo on it. it looks like it was sliced in half and has swirl marks on it and you can see copper and "silver" color on the missing side. I work retail and found it in the bottom of a $500 box of quarters we got from the bank in 2005. What is it worth?

Man said...

2005 Kansas state quarter that is missing the heads side of the coin. It only has the side with the buffalo on it. it looks like it was sliced in half and has swirl marks on it...

The swirl marks indicate someone used a machine to cut that side so it is damaged and has no extra value.

If you still think it is a some type of error you need to post clear pictures of both sides online and share the link to see if it's possibly a real error.