Question by  lovebug2421 (189)

How much is a two-headed quarter worth?


Answer by  SimonLC (234)

For collectors things have value for it's age, state and condition. Of course a two-headed quarter is rare and the real value you will find in numismatic companies. Take three or more free quotation do the calculate the average value. You will have the value for the price of the bus.


Answer by  AmirLuskyTinyBoy (229)

Two headed quarters can be found on many online web sites for prices ranging from two to ten dollars. The price is low because two headed coins are created by fusing two coins together. They are not the result of a minting error, which would make them extremely valuable. Many people do collect these coins nonetheless.


Answer by  rmahoney1097 (98)

A two headed quarter is considered to be the same currency as the typical American quarter. Rather then having a head and an eagle the design is just altered. This same idea is seen in those commercials advertising alternative 9-11 twenty dollar bills.


Answer by  Anonymous

If it were real, it would probably be worth a million dollars or more since from what I understand, they have never had a documented case in which the mint has made such a coin error in American history.People have paid as much, for such rarity

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Answer by  Darry (3853)

This depends on whether it's a genuine coin, if it is it can be quite valuable. More likely it is a trick coin or gag coin worth very little.


Answer by  eyeguy (3760)

A true two-headed quarter would be worth an enormous amount of money if authentic. If the coin is double struck expect offers in the thousands of dollars.


Answer by  craftheart (392)

Two headed quarters are only worth about $3 - $10. Most of these coins were made in error or for use in magician tricks.


Answer by  valeriebenglish (15)

I assume it would be the same as a regular quarter, twenty-five cents. A quarter is a quarter is a quarter.


Answer by  Ben3889 (178)

That depends on weather its real or not. If it is then it all depends on the year and condition of the coin.


Answer by  becki (229)

I think that it should be worth more than a regular quarter. I think it should be worth at least one dollar, although some people would probably pay more.


Answer by  JRossi17 (788)

If the quarter is real and in good condition to a collector it could be worth in the realm of 20 dollars.

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