What is a 1943 quarter worth? D”, “S”, No Mint Mark Worth

The Washington Quarter is worth its weight in silver and the 1943 Quarter is important in coin history for coin collectors and users. It is part of a coins series made from 1932 to 188. The value of the 1943 quarter is based on condiotn, grade, and other factors that will be discussed here. So let’s get started with What is a 1943 quarter worth?

History Of 1943 Washington Quarter

The Washington Quarter’s first time was made in 1932 to celebrate the 200th birthday of Washington. The desing of quarters selected is made by John Flanagan and used for the longest duration in the US.  This coin series comes with silver in coins made in 1964. At the start of 1965, quarters used for circulation were created with copper-nickel clad. The P mint does not make the first coin from 1965 to 1968. The US Mint made bicentennial quarters in 1975 and 1976. These coins have a colonial drummer boy on the back side with a special 1776-1976 dual date on the front side. Total 1943 quarters made are 137,495,600 out them 1943 quarter (No Mint mark) 99,700,000, 1943 D quarter 16,095,600, 1943 S quarter 21,700,000 quarters. The larger number of Washington Quarter is due to the large demand for coins due to WWII.

1943 silver quarter Value

1943 Silver Quarter Details

  • Category: Washington Quarter
  • Mint: 99,700,000
  • Obverse Designer: John Flanagan
  • Reverse Designer: John Flanagan
  • Weight: 6.25 Grams
  • ASW:  0.1808oz
  • Composition Silver: 90% silver, 10% copper.
  • Fineness: 0.9000

1943 Washington Quarter Value Chart

1943 Quarter Value Good Fine Extremely Fine Uncirculated MS 65
1,943 $6 $6 $7 $8-47. $47
1943 S $6 $6 $8 $31-68 $68
1943 D $6 $6 $7 $32-69 $68
1943 DDO $64 $113 $229 $560-3,577 $6,689
1943 S DDO quarter $64 $113 $229 $3,577

1943 Washington Quarter Features

1943 Washington Quarter Obverse

The design of coins made by John Flanagan has a photo of Washington on the front side with the motto IN GOD WE TRUST fact left. The word LIBERTY is added on this side with a minting date.

 1943 Washington Quarter Reverse
The mid position on the back side is a bald eagle standing on a bundle of arrows, which is a symbol of war. The two olive branches are added as a symbol of peace. The denomination can be seen at the lower end and two inscriptions over the eagle head. The Motto is E PLURIBUS UNUM and the country’s name is UNITED STATES of AMERICA.
Some other features of the 1943 Washington quarter are
  • Its face value is 25 cents.
  • its diameter is 0.95512 inches  with a round shape
  • it is made with 90% silver with added copper
  • its thickness is 0.06890 inches  and its weight is 0.20094 troy ounces
  • It has a reeded edge with 119 reeds.

1943 Silver Quarter features

1943 Silver No Mint Mark Quarter Value

The P mint made about 99,700,000 1943 quarters with no mint mark. The creation of 1943 silver no-mint mark quarters stopped before getting the 100 million mark. These coins are common also in MS66 and mS67 grades. The larger mintage, wear and tear with manufacturing die error is also very common in MS67.

Before getting these also check their issues. In good condition, the coin will have the lowest value due to wear and tear.  The value of 1943 silver no mint mark quarter for the circulated condition is about the weight of silver five dollars. In uncirculated condition, the value is about $10. MS66 grade value is 85 dollars.

1943 Silver No Mint Mark Quarter uncirculated condition value is $65000.

Condition
1943 Quarter No Mint Mark value
Good $5
Very good $5
Fine 5
Very fine $5
Extra fine $5
AU $6 to $7.20
MS 60 to MS 62 $7 to $8.40
MS 63 $8.25 to $10
MS 64 $11 to $13
MS 65 $32 to $55
MS 66 $60 to $80
MS 67 $200 to $275
MS 68 $3,750 to $4,500

1943 Silver D Mint Mark Quarter Value

Less number of coins made by D mint in 1943 that are 16,095,600. Circulated quarters have a value between five to twenty dollars. The mint state can be 300 dollars.  MS68  can have value from $13,500 to $16,200.

Condition/Grade 1943 D Quarter Value
Good $5
Very good $5
Fine 5$
Very fine $4.82 to $8.40
Extra fine $8 to $12
AU $13 to $21.60
MS 60 $23 to $27.60
MS 61 $23.75 to $28.50
MS 62 $28 to $33.60
MS 63 $34 to $41
MS 64 $37 to $44.40
MS 65 $40 to $55
MS 66 $55 to $66
MS 67 $260 to $315
MS 68 $13,500 to $16,200

1943 S Quarter Value

The S mint made about 21,700,000 Washington quarters in 1943. Mostly coins are circulating and can easily be afforded. These coins have a value in the range of five to twenty dollars. In circulated condition their value range is 30 to 500 dollars in the preserved state can be in the range of $12,000 to $15,000 at auctions. In 2008 the 1943 S quarter sold for $23,000.

1943 Washington Quarter Errors

Doubled Die Obverse Error

A doubling effect can seen due to striking the die on coins two or more times. In other words, the minting mark and date have a doubling effect. There is not certain number known for coins that have this error without a mint mark. High-grade coins are of high value. Such as they have a value of $2,500 to $3,500  in extra fine condition and mint state is about  $5,000 or higher.

The 1943 S quarter double die error is not high value but has a high value as compared to other coins. in XF condition value is 200 dollars. The uncirculated condition MS60 grade value is 550 dollars. MS65 grade 1943 S is $1,650.

1943 Silver Quarter Repunched Mintmark Error

This error occurred on 1943 silver quarters when dies and hit the planchet two times. This error normally exists in 1943 S quarters.

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What is the value of a 1943 silver quarter?

The Washington quarter in circulated condition is about 5 to 7.50 dollars.  In uncirculated conditions, the value is about $6500.

Is A 1943 Quarter Rare?

There were 137,495,600.  1943 quarters made that make these coins less rare. They are highly circulated and MS68 grades are rare. Condition and grade define the coin rarity. The high rare 1943 Quater with DDO error has a value range of $20,000 to $25,000.

How much does a 1943 quarter weigh?

The Washingtwon silver quarters come with 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper weighing 6.25 grams with a 24.3mm diameter.

Does a 1943 quarter have silver in it?

The 1943 quarter has 90 percent silver in composition.

Which 1943 Washington Quarter Is the most valueable?

  •  $23,000= 1943 MS 68 Washington quarter in 2012
  • $23,000 = 1943 S MS 68 Washington quarter in 2008 (Bowers & Merena)
  • $22,250 = 1943 MS 67 Doubled Die Obverse Washington quarter sold in 2020
  •  $18,800 =1943 S MS 67 Doubled Die Obverse Washington quarter sold in 2021
  • $17,625 = 1943 D MS 68 Washington quarter in 2013
  • $1,920 =1943 MS 67 Doubled Die Obverse Washington quarter sold in 2018
  •  $1,650 = 1943 S/S MS 65 RPM Washington quarter sold in 2014 (Great Collections)
  • $840 =1943 D MS 66 Doubled Die Obverse Washington quarter sold in 2018 (Heritage Auctions)
  •  $633 = 1943 MS 66 Doubled Die Obverse Washington quarter in 2007
  •  $528 = 1943 S MS 66 Trumpet Tail S Washington quarter sold in 2018
  •  $17,400 = 1943 MS 66 Doubled Die Obverse Washington quarter in 2018
  • $5,640 = 1943 S MS 66 Doubled Die Obverse Washington quarter in 2015
  • $4,935 = 1943 S MS 67 Goiter Washington quarter sold in 2016
  • $450 = 1943 S MS 65 Medium S Washington quarter sold  in 2021 (eBay)
  • $312 =  1943 S/S MS 66 RPM Washington quarter  sold  in 2018 (Heritage Auctions)

How Much Is The 1943 No Mint Mark Washington Quarter Value?

Washington quarter value is about five to seven dollars. Uncirculated conditions can be of $7 to $4,500, based on condition.

How much is a 1943 S quarter worth today?

Their value can be $8 and $22.50. In uncirculated condition be of $10000.

 

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