2019/2020 W Quarter CRH finding & Market overview
Just want to share as to what I am seeing on finding (CRH) 2019 & 2020 W quarters including market sales:
Finding W quarters is a bit more difficult in both quantity & quality. To date (2023) I have found ~ 26 W quarters, 18 2020 and 8 2019.
I have had 21 confirmed sells on eBay with 2 pending. The average Gross revenue is ~ $14.75/coin and an average net of $11.25.
Cost included eBay's take, the actual coin, material & shipping. - all coins are circulated. Sales started only from April.
The gross margin is ~72% so good return on investment. None of the sales were the 2019 Memorial Paek or the 2020 Marsh-Billings which are the rarest to find and bring back the highest sales revenue ~ =/> $25/per coin (Nice condition coins ~ >$30)
I start all sales as auctions, starting bids at $1.98 with shipping cost ian additional at $1.12.
Hinden cost arguments:
Time: Time cost not included: My time is this is my hobby (that I enjoy) and I reinvest all earnings into silver (I do not gulf)
Gas: Transportation to banks: I do not include gas expense as I have a good job and work from home (previous work commute was ~120 miles per day) So I save on gas and make bank trips included in other activities.
Most common 2019 are Guam and San Antonio (River No Return), the rarest is the American Memorial Park.
Most common 2020 are the Salt River Bay, Tallgrass (Weir) and the rarest is the Marsh-Billings
The Reverse holds up much better than the Obverse. Many of the Reverse side of the coin are AU condition.
I do give some coins an acetone soak prior and ship in a 2x2 folds.
This may not be for everyone, but W quarters are still out there and easy to sell on eBay with nice modest returns. Nicer condition circulated coins will commend a higher pay back.
Let me know your thought, interest or if my post was a waste of reading. Thanks regardless!
- I have never had a W go unsold
- I have also found 2 silver quarters while CRH as well as other interesting keeper.
- I us eBay shipping