1968-D Quarter Worth Money – How Much Is It Worth And Why?

This is my coins worth money series that runs either every week or every other week highlighting a different coin you may find in pocket change or in a collection worth money. Whether it’s an error quarter, variety quarter, or key date quarter, the quarters worth money are often worth big money – and I’m here to show you what to look for via a discussion of where the error or variety is on the coin and then close up pictures of it. If you watch, you may find quarter worth big money after cherrypicking.

This specific video is about 1968-D quarters worth money – these 1968 D doubled die reverse quarter coins can be worth $750 or more in the right condition! Best of luck finding one of these awesome 1968-D quarters.


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36 Comments on “1968-D Quarter Worth Money – How Much Is It Worth And Why?”

  1. Just found one as described, and the D is filled in as well. Thank you…young Heath Ledger doppelgänger 😀

  2. Greetings from Colombia. I found a quarter dollar coin from 1968 here in my city bogota. I don’t know if it is expensive o rare but I really like it and for me is special just for come for your country. Hasta luego 👍👍👍

  3. I just found one of these in my change purse today as I was counting out my change. This is actually my husband’s email account/address. My name is Sonya and I am very interested in learning more and finding out if I’ve got a rare coin in my possession and yes, if of value I’d definitely be interested in selling or trading.

    1. If you can take photos of the error you’re probably able to sell on ebay. If you’re positive that you have the error, authentication wouldn’t be a bad idea!

  4. Thanks for the video I have been searching for a year about 8-10 boxes of quarters in NY only had about 30 from Denver and just found the DDR!! I think it’s an Extra fine. What will value be and should I get it graded?

    1. That’s awesome, Jared! I believe I discussed towards the end of the video, but NGC estimates the value at $500. If you’re positive if it’s the DDR I’d probably get it graded!

    2. Treasure Town thanks again for the info this must be a very rare coin! I saw PCGS only had 7 graded on the app.(Could be wrong) Mine actually looks like it might get more like a 25-30 but maybe still grade it and hopefully it gets I higher grade? Or maybe keep it and try to sell it raw sometime? Haven’t seen any listings on eBay at all.

    3. @Jared O If you have it I bet there will be buyers. The only problem would be if it’s misdiagnosed in which case you could lose money by paying for grading and it coming back as a regular quarter.

    4. Treasure Town I’m sure it’s the DDR I’ve been searching for doubling for over a year and when I saw this there was no question. I definitely have the FS 801-DDR. I’m super excited and am thinking about holding on to it for now. Then grade a bunch of coins at once hopefully at a cheaper price.

  5. Bom dia eu tenho uma de 1968 letra o, e outra 1989 por favor poderia me falar o valor para colecionadores ?

  6. I have a 1968 d quarter with doubling in all the same places you mentioned also there’s doubling in the eagles wing and perch

  7. Just wanted to say awesome video. Strait to the point, 99% of the other coin videos guys are rambling on showing off their coin knowledge.

  8. I think I found one of the quarters 68d is there a way you could let me take a picture of it and shoot it to you and you tell me if it’s 1 or not the eighth looks real similar to the one that I just seen in quarter dollar on the back

  9. I’ve run acrossed a 68 quarter that looks to have the double dye mark and some other coins I have some questions about like a 1979 Susan B dollar and some 64 no mint nickles

  10. I’ve got a whole roll of 1968 in close to uncirculated condition, lettering on the back looks wide or stretched for lack of better words, but what stands out to me is deep stamp of head and eagle also a ” halo” around the center stamping.

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