WE BUY US SILVER QUARTERS, IN ANY CONDITION.
We do NOT buy modern quarters form 1965 and after.
Modern quarters, those produced since 1965, are not generally considered to be collectible in the same way that older, rarer coins are. There are several reasons for this, including their relatively recent production, large mintages, and lack of scarcity or historical significance.
Firstly, modern quarters are simply too common to be truly collectible. Since the United States Mint began producing the Statehood Quarters series in 1999, billions of quarters have been minted every year. As a result, there is little rarity or scarcity to these coins. Even uncirculated examples can often be obtained for only slightly above face value.
Secondly, modern quarters lack the historical significance that makes other coins collectible. Many collectors are drawn to coins that have played a role in significant historical events or that reflect the art and culture of a particular era. Modern quarters, by contrast, lack this kind of context or resonance. While the Statehood Quarters series did feature designs that reflected the history and culture of each state, the sheer number of coins produced means that these designs are not particularly rare or valuable.
Thirdly, the quality of modern coins can be inconsistent. While modern minting technology is capable of producing high-quality coins, there have been reports of poor quality control and inconsistent finishes in some batches of modern quarters. This can make it difficult for collectors to obtain coins of uniform quality, which is important for maintaining the value of a collection.
In conclusion, while there may be some individual examples of modern quarters that are rare or valuable, they are generally not considered collectible in the same way that older, rarer coins are. The sheer volume of coins produced, combined with their lack of historical significance and inconsistent quality, means that there is little appeal for most collectors.