2007 Montana Quarter Value

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The standard 2007 Montana state quarters are made of a clad composition that combines copper and nickel. This type of composition is used in many modern coins and is known for its durability and resistance to wear and tear.

In addition to the standard 2007 Montana quarters, the US mint also produced clad-proof quarters and silver-proof quarters.

2007 montana quarter

These special editions are more valuable and sought after by collectors due to their unique features and limited mintage.

Design and Coin Information

The 2007 Montana State Quarters feature a design on the reverse side that depicts a bison skull and the local terrain, which is a common symbol throughout the state.

The year 1889 is inscribed on the coin to commemorate Montana’s official admission to the Union. The US minted four different series of the Montana quarter, including the 2007 P quarter, 2007 D quarter, 2007 S proof quarter, and 2007 S silver proof quarter.

The mint mark can be found on the obverse side under the “IN GOD WE TRUST” motto.

Coin Value

The value of the 2007 Montana State Quarters varies depending on the series and the coin’s condition. The standard 2007 Montana clad quarters in circulated condition are only worth their face value of $0.25 and sell for a premium in uncirculated condition.

The 2007 P and 2007 D quarters are each worth around $0.75 in uncirculated condition with an MS 63 grade, while coins with an MS 65 grade can sell for around $4.

The 2007 S proof Montana quarter is worth around $4.50 in PR 66DC condition and $15 in PR 69DC condition, while the 2007 S silver proof Montana quarter is worth around $11 in PR 66DC condition and $20 in PR 69DC condition.

The silver melt value for this coin is $3.98, based on the current silver spot price of $21.98 per ounce.

Grading System

The grading system for the 2007 Montana State Quarters includes MS 63 choice uncirculated, MS 65 gem uncirculated, PR 66DC proof, and PR 69DC proof.

The MS 63 grade indicates some blemishes or contact marks in the major focal areas, with less prominent luster, while the MS 65 grade has strong luster and eye appeal with a few light contact marks that are barely noticeable.

The PR 66DC proof grade has minimal marks and hairlines, and the PR 69DC proof grade has only the slightest imperfections.



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