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Created On Tuesday February 22, 2011 7:58 AM


AU58WALKERS
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are any state quarter rolls worth more than face?

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Only if you can find ones in the rolls that will slab at least MS67.

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Complete sets and BU rolls sell for about 1.5 times face.

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I don't think BU rolls sell for 1.5 face.
Most are worth face value take them to the bank!

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<< I don't think BU rolls sell for 1.5 face.
Most are worth face value take them to the bank!
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They do on eBay. Some more, some less but about $15 + shipping average

http://cgi.ebay.com/1999-D-BU-Original-Roll-Georgia-State-Quarters-/130487685981

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Original bank rolls Tennessee P & D go for much higher than face due to the scarcity. Some group bought up all the rolls they could to make colorized (possibly Elvis sticker) sets of P and D Tennessee quarters, and as a result the value of the rolls is much higher than most other state quarters.

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all 16,201,700 rolls......thank you ..thank you very much.

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It also seems the 1999 rolls (highest mintage), Illinois, Tennessee & D Wisconsin's (leaf errors?) bring the most on average. When I searched eBay completed listings for 'state quarter roll' and sorted completed auctions by price plus shipping looking at auctions with multiple bids, the highest price paid at auction for a single BU bank roll was $20.50 + 4.95 shipping for this listing http://cgi.ebay.com/2004-D-WISCONSIN-QUARTER-ROLL-H-T-N-F-WRAPPED-/360341376349. The lowest price was for this listing http://cgi.ebay.com/Uncirculated-Roll-2007-Washington-D-State-Quarters-/120681239050. The listings with a higher starting price, a lot go unsold, but closer to $15 + shipping there is more activity.

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After factoring in ebay/paypal fees plus time, is it worth it to try and use Ebay over a bank?

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<< After factoring in ebay/paypal fees plus time, is it worth it to try and use Ebay over a bank? >>


To those selling individual rolls on eBay it must be. If you have enough of them it may be worthwhile. Even listing them as a lot on eBay will bring you more than driving them to the bank.

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They are worth what someone is willing to pay for them but the Elvis thing is real.

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off to the bank they go!
thanks folks

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<< They are worth what someone is willing to pay for them but the Elvis thing is real. >>



The thing Elvis does for me is real too!

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If you are going to take them to the bank, you should first crack open every roll to look for errors and then re-roll them.

It will only cost you time and it is possible (not very likely tho) you could make a big error score.

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TOO LATE! $350 face mixed years, bank rolls on the way to the bank.

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<< TOO LATE! $350 face mixed years, bank rolls on the way to the bank. >>




I hope you didn't sell many gems for a quarter each.

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I've got a BUNCH od State Quarter rolls but only the later years are OBW. The others were all selected from mint bags and then tubed.

I may offer them on ebay but with a BIN, they wouldn't be cheap since the fee's for eBay and PayPal combined eat heavily into their face value.

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<< The lowest price was for this listing http://cgi.ebay.com/Uncirculated-Roll-2007-Washington-D-State-Quarters-/120681239050. >>


pretty cheap, since his listings state:

"Dates included are:
50 2007 Washington D State Quarters"


50 quarters!!! that makes the shipping FREE!


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<<

<< The lowest price was for this listing http://cgi.ebay.com/Uncirculated-Roll-2007-Washington-D-State-Quarters-/120681239050. >>


pretty cheap, since his listings state:

"Dates included are:
50 2007 Washington D State Quarters"


50 quarters!!! that makes the shipping FREE!
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Yes, he shows a $10 roll and states 50 coins in the description. He also says some of the coins are circulated . Lots of conflicting information in the listing which no doubt contributed to the lower than average outcome.

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If anyone's looking to get rid of their GA and CT rolls (OBW) to the bank or whatever, please let me know first. Those are the only 2 rolls missing from my kids' complete 11-year set, and so far I've only seen them offered for "moon money".........

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