U.S. Silver Quarter Melt Value Calculator

How Much is the Silver in Your Quarters Worth?

Intrinsic Quarter Value Based on Current Silver Price

The U.S. Silver Quarter Melt Value Calculator, shown below, will help you find the total silver value and total silver content of your U.S. Barber, Standing Liberty, or Washington 90% junk silver quarters. Calculate by quantity, rolls of quarters, face value or weight. The silver quarter calculator will only figure what the silver in your quarters is worth (intrinsic value), and will not include any numismatic (collector) or base metal value.

Use the silver quarter calculator to figure how much the silver in your quarters is worth, or to set a max bid on a silver quarter auction based on its silver content melt value. (Instructions Below)

You might also try one of the many other calculators available from the drop-down menu above. For a larger choice of silver coins, use the U.S. Silver Coin Melt Value Calculator. You may also have use for the Canadian Silver Coin Melt Value Calculator or the Australian Silver Coin Melt Value Calculator.

Calculate by Total Quantity of Silver Quarters: Quantity:
Barber Silver Quarter Total Quantity of Single Barber Silver Quarters (1892‑1916)
Standing Liberty Silver Quarter Total Quantity of Single Standing Liberty Silver Quarters (1916‑1930)
Washington Silver Quarter(1932-1964) Total Quantity of Single Washington 90% Silver Quarters (1932‑1964)
Rolls of U.S. 90% Silver Quarters Total Rolls(40 coins ea.) of U.S. 90% Silver Quarters
Calculate by Total Face Value of Silver Quarters: Bags:
$1 Face Value of U.S. 90% Silver Quarters $1 Face Value of U.S. 90% Silver Quarters
$10 Face Value of U.S. 90% Silver Quarters $10 Face Value of U.S. 90% Silver Quarters
$50 Face Value of U.S. 90% Silver Quarters $50 Face Value of U.S. 90% Silver Quarters
$100 Face Value of U.S. 90% Silver Quarters $100 Face Value of U.S. 90% Silver Quarters
$1,000 Face Value of U.S. 90% Silver Quarters $1,000 Face Value of U.S. 90% Silver Quarters
Calculate by Total Weight of Silver Quarters: Weight:
Ounce of U.S. 90% Silver Quarters Total Ounces(Not Troy) of U.S. 90% Silver Quarters
Pound of U.S. 90% Silver Quarters Total Pounds of U.S. 90% Silver Quarters
Gram of U.S. 90% Silver Quarters Total Grams of U.S. 90% Silver Quarters
Kilo of U.S. 90% Silver Quarters Total Kilos of U.S. 90% Silver Quarters
Silver Price per Troy Ounce:
Silver Spot Price Data Last Updated:
Currency:
Price Spread:   %
Amount of Wear:   %

Total Silver Value:

Total Silver Weight
Troy Ounces: 
Ounces:
Pounds:
Grams:
Kilos:

Price Spread
Bid Price: 
Ask Price: 
Calculator only figures total silver value and weight. Does not include any copper value or weight.
Resultant values will be rounded to two or more decimal places depending on length.

How to use the U.S. Silver Quarter Melt Value Calculator.

First decide what method you will be using to indicate the amount of U.S. 90% silver quarters to calculate. You can enter your amounts either by the total quantity of silver quarters, the total face value of your silver quarters, or by the total weight of your U.S. silver quarter collection. You could also use a combination of methods depending on how your quarters are stored.

The first three options are for entering an exact count of U.S. 90% silver quarters. You can choose from the Barber Silver Quarter, the Standing Liberty Silver Quarter or the Washington Silver Quarter minted from 1932-1964. Use the text box to the right of each silver quarter description (blue link) to enter a number representing the total quantity of silver quarters that you wish to know the silver melt value of. As an alternative, you can simply click on the silver quarter picture, or its link, to increase the value in its text box by 1. The calculator will automatically update the Total Silver Value (in red), whenever a change is made to the amounts in any of the text boxes.

The next option below is for entering the amount of U.S. 90% silver quarters by rolls of 40. This has the same effect as entering a value of 40 in any of the single silver quarter option text boxes. This option is nice if you like to store your 90% quarters in rolls or coin tubes. If you received your silver quarters already rolled, then be sure to inspect them to determine that they are all of the 90% silver variety. If not, then your calculation will be inaccurate. This calculator is only designed for measuring the silver melt value of U.S. 90% silver quarters minted from 1892-1964.

Your next five options are for entering your amounts by the face value of your silver quarters. There are $1, $10, $50, $100, and $1,000 options each representing 4, 40, 200, 400, and 4,000 quarters respectively. This option works well if your 90% quarters are stored in canvas bags. You can also use decimal values for partial bags. For example, a value of 2.5 entered into the $100 Face Value Text Box would be equal to a $250 face value.

Your final four options allow you to calculate the melt value of your U.S. silver quarters by weighing them. You can choose to weigh by either ounces, pounds, grams, or kilograms. Just enter a whole number or decimal representing the total weight in the appropriate weight text box. If you are weighing your silver quarters inside a container or bag, be sure to subtract the weight of your container first. Do note that these are not Troy ounces or pounds. They are U.S. standard ounces and pounds (a.k.a. Avoirdupois).

The Total Silver Value is measured based on the U.S. Dollar amount supplied in the Silver Price text box. You could also use one of the other major world currencies available in the drop-down menu located underneath the prices. The default price is updated frequently during normal trading hours. You can adjust the Silver Price to specify the price you'd be willing to pay per ounce for the silver content in any lot of U.S. 90% silver quarters. This will help you to find the maximum bid you should enter for an online silver quarter auction.

The U.S. silver quarter calculator tells you total silver value and total silver content proportionate to the amount of silver contained in uncirculated silver quarters that do not have any wear. If your quarters have some wear due to circulation, they will not contain as much silver. You could submit a percentage of that wear in the "Amount of Wear" text box. An input greater than the default of 0 (zero), will decrease the total silver value and total silver weight results accordingly.

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