2007 Utah Quarter Worth Money – How Much Is It Worth and Why?

This is my coins worth money series that runs every 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 2007 Utah quarters worth money – these 2007 Utah doubled die quarter coins can be worth $40 or more in the right condition! Best of luck finding one of these awesome 2007 quarters.


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24 Comments on “2007 Utah Quarter Worth Money – How Much Is It Worth and Why?”

  1. Hey, what do you think about the 2020 American Silver Eagle (P)? Would it be worth buying?

  2. Just found your channel and subscribed…could you offer your opinions/thoughts on the following questions I have? namely…
    1) I have some silver standard mint currency coins (standard issue maple leaf’s) that have tarnished, if I shine them up will I get less premium when I sell them?
    2) I have some silver “junk” coins that also have tarnished ( a bit), can I shine these up or will that adversely affect their collectability/value?
    3) If I shine them up is it better to use a tarnish removal solution ( dipping) OR better to polish them via very fine abrasive creams ?
    Thanks for any info you are willing to share
    Love your channel, got lots of catching up to do!

    1. I wouldn’t clean them. People can dip coins and do well but it takes a lot of knowledge that I honestly don’t have.

  3. Nice, clear video, watch our coins info, say your comments. Upload more videos. Give more coin information in the description box.

  4. Railroad spike is the word you are searching for…. Another informative video. Thank you and God bless!

  5. What about one that has slick sides. Not ridges?? You can tell it was made that way, because of the trim around the quarter itself

  6. Hey I have a question I have one of these coins and the head side and railroad side are upside down from each other. Is this and error or is it supposed to be like that

  7. Hi. I just came across your video. I inherited two of these rolls of uncirculated 2007 coins with a certificate and a collectible quarter in a plastic case. And from the looks of it they have the double die reverse like you talk about in the video midway through the spike and up what would you say their worth and where would I go to get them valued.

  8. I have one and the first picture with the line looks like mine but it is towards the top is it worth anything

  9. I just found this Utah qtr but the one I have has multiples of a certain type of error on the opposite side of the coin, has anyone else found or had any experience with this? Wondering if I may have discovered a error lol

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