Age dating of a coin
Before 1965, US quarters were made of 90 percent silver.That means that due to the silver alone it would be worth about .50 (depending on silver prices).The new data about one of the most famous and best conserved aqueducts in the world were made public recently at a conference entitled Roman Cities from the Duero Valley, which was celebrated in Segovia last month.The project was presented by the director of the Segovia Museum, Santiago Martínez Caballero; UNED university lecturer Víctor Manuel Cabañero Martín; Castilla y León regional government archaeologist Luciano Municio; and Segovian archeologists Clara Martín García and José Miguel Labrador Vielve.
Washington quarter values from the 1930's can fetch .One of Spain’s most emblematic monuments is younger than was originally thought.New archeological studies have placed the construction date of the Segovia Aqueduct in the second century, between 112 and 116 AD.The E you see on the "heads" side under the place where the date should be is actually an F, which stands for the designers last name, James Fraser.
All Buffalo Nickels have this letter, regardless of the Mint they were struck at.Match your coins to the pictures below and follow the links. Early Bust Quarter | Classic and Rare With a starting price of and quickly rising into the thousands. Avidly sought by dealers to meet the demand of collectors.