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Silver Quarters Options Offered in Amarillo, TX

There are many silver quarters out there in Texas. The face value of this coin is only worth twenty-five cents. However, the sale value of this coin is much greater than that. Most silver quarters sell for their silver in weight, which is about $4. This is calculated as so because one silver quarter equals 0.18 troy ounces of pure silver. Based on the price of silver now at around $23.22 per ounce, this puts the price of a silver quarter in Amarillo, TX at around $3 per silver coin.

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Are 1965 Quarters rare?

No. You might think these coins are valuable because 1965 was the first year quarters were made in a copper-nickel alloy. It’s true that the ‘first year of issue’ for any type of coin usually gets collectors excited. However, in this case, the new clad coins weren’t widely collected. As a result, 1965 quarters aren’t rare at all.

How much is a 1776 to 1976 Quarter worth?

It depends on the condition of the coin and where it was made. Most 1776–1976 quarters are worth between $5 and $10 in Mint State. They are known as ‘Bicentennial quarters. Bicentennial quarters were produced specially for the 200th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. You can tell the difference because of the dual date ‘1776–1976’ as well as the drummer pictured on the back side (reverse) of the coin.

Who designed the Bicentennial quarters?

Jack L. Ahr designed the reverse image. His design was chosen through an open contest held by the Treasury in 1973. The goal of maximizing public exposure to the patriotic theme informed the decision to make the quarters circulating commemoratives. The Bicentennial quarter was one of many circulating commemorative coins issued during the 1970s. Both the Kennedy half dollar and Eisenhower dollar also received temporary Bicentennial reverse designs for 1976. Therefore, none of these U.S. coin denominations exist with the year-date ‘1975.’ All three Bicentennial coins were made as circulation strikes. The ‘classic’ U.S. commemorative coin program had been on hiatus since 1954.

Should You Purchase a Silver Quarter for an Investment?

For many investors in the Potter County area, the perfect way to diversify their portfolio is with some silver coins. While this can have some disadvantages, there are plenty of advantages that make up for purchasing a silver quarter in Potter County. Here is a list from Professional Coin Galleries of some of the things you should look out for when you purchase a silver quarter:

If you are investing in silver, you should be aware that silver bullions trade a small premium over their actual price because governments mint these coins. Furthermore, many large silver bullion dealers will sell their coins at about a four to five percent premium over the current spot value. It is important to keep this in mind when investing in silver coins, so be sure to do your research on what you are buying before you make any purchases.

Whenever you purchase a silver coin, keep in mind not to open the container immediately after you get it. Wait until you get home because you never know what suspicious people might try to do if they catch a glimpse of your silver coins. Try to stow them safely, securely, and out of sight so that you do not have to worry about this problem in the first place.

Many coin investors in Potter County are not aware of this, but there is a difference between purchasing a collector coin and a bullion coin. When it comes to bullion coins, their prices normally fluctuate based on the actual price of the material they are made out of. For example, if you are purchasing a silver bullion coin, its price will follow the price of silver in a very similar fashion. Collector coins are much different from this because they are exactly what the name says: for collection. Their price does not fluctuate as much with the price of the material they are made out of.

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Some information about Amarillo, TX

Amarillo is a city in the U.S. state of Texas and the seat of Potter County. It is the 14th-most populous city in Texas and the largest city in the Texas Panhandle. A portion of the city extends into Randall County. The estimated population of Amarillo was 199,371 as of 2019. The Amarillo metropolitan area had an estimated population of 269,447 as of 2019, and the Amarillo-Pampa-Borger combined statistical area a population of 308,064.

Large ranches exist in the Amarillo area; among others, the defunct XIT Ranch and the still functioning JA Ranch founded in 1877 by Charles Goodnight and John George Adair. Goodnight continued the partnership for a time after Adair’s death with Adair’s widow, Cornelia Wadsworth Ritchie Adair, who was then the sole owner from 1887 until her death in 1921.

During April 1887, J. I. Berry established a site for a town after he chose a well-watered section along the way of the Fort Worth and Denver City Railroad, which had begun building across the Texas Panhandle. Berry and Colorado City, Texas, merchants wanted to make their new town site the region’s main trading center. On August 30, 1887, Berry’s town site won the county seat election and was established in Potter County. Availability of the railroad and freight service after the county seat election made the town a fast-growing cattle-marketing center.

The settlement originally was called Oneida; it later changed its name to Amarillo, which probably derives from yellow wildflowers that were plentiful during the spring and summer or the nearby Amarillo Lake and Amarillo Creek, named in turn for the yellow soil along their banks and shores (Amarillo is the Spanish word for the color yellow). Early residents originally pronounced the city’s name more similar to the Spanish pronunciation /ɑːməˈrj/ ah-mə–yoh, which was later displaced by the current pronunciation.

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