1999 S Pennsylvania State Quarter
Coin Dealer Insight: Look for lots of "greasy" errors with this coin. Grease is a lubricant that is used on the die to prevent the planchet from sticking after it is struck. Too much grease and it fills the die head and what results is coins with larger portions of detail missing. There are also plenty of off center strikes in the Pennsylvania state quarter.
Value: Can usually be found and sold for somewhere between $0.25-$8.00 price dictated by condition, certification, and current demand. Other factors include location, inventory, and urgency of sale.
Estimated Value Based on Scale:
Mint: San Francisco
Production: 3,713,000 Washington Quarters were minted at the S mint in 1999.
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Price.25 to $5
$5.01 to $15
$15.01 to $25
$25.01 to $35
$35.01 to $45
$45.01 to $55
$55.01 to $75
$75.01 to $125
$125.01 to $300
$300.01 to $500
$500.01 to $900
$900.01 to $2000
$2000.01 to $5000
$5000.01 to $14000
*Value is that of highest MS-65 grade.