The Top 11 Most Valuable Modern Quarters in Circulation

Apr 06, 2024

The Apostle Islands National Lakeshore quarter features a beautiful image of the sea caves found along the shores of Lake Superior.

Number 11: 2018-P Apostle Islands National Lakeshore

The American Samoa Fruit Bat quarter showcases the native fruit bat hanging upside down on a branch, highlighting the unique wildlife of the region.

Number 10: 2020-W American Samoa Fruit Bat

The San Antonio Missions quarter pays tribute to the historic Spanish missions in San Antonio, Texas, showcasing the iconic architecture of these cultural landmarks.

Number 9: 2019-S San Antonio Missions

The Cumberland Island quarter features a picturesque image of a snowy egret flying above the island's marshes, capturing the beauty of this natural sanctuary.

Number 8: 2018-S Cumberland Island

The Salt River Bay quarter depicts a kayaker against the backdrop of an ancient Taino stone carving, representing the rich history and natural wonders of the park.

Number 7: 2020-S Salt River Bay

The Mount Hood quarter showcases the majestic volcano surrounded by evergreen trees, symbolizing the natural beauty of Oregon's iconic landmark.

Number 6: 2010-P Mount Hood

The Effigy Mounds quarter features an aerial view of mounds shaped like animals, paying homage to the rich Native American history and culture of the region.

Number 5: 2017-S Effigy Mounds

The San Antonio Missions quarter, minted in West Point, has a limited mintage and is highly sought after by collectors.

Number 4: 2019-W San Antonio Missions

The Apostle Islands National Lakeshore quarter, minted in San Francisco, is known for its low mintage and beautiful design.

Number 3: 2018-S Apostle Islands National Lakeshore

The Mariana Islands quarter, minted in West Point, features a Chamorro woman holding a mortar and pestle, representing the rich cultural heritage of the region.

Number 2: 2019-W Mariana Islands

The Lowell National Historical Park quarter, minted in West Point, has a low mintage and is prized for its depiction of a female textile worker operating a power loom.

Number 1: 2019-W Lowell National Historical Park