Did you use to collect coins when you were younger? If so, you might want to check and see if you have these certain coins because they could be worth more than just 25 cents.
The U.S. Mint State Quarters were created from 1999-2008 and each year they released coins for 5 states with a marking of either a "D," "P" or "S" to signify where they were minted ("D" = Denver Mint, "P" = Philadelphia Mint, "S" = San Francisco Mint). The coins with the "S" are made up of 90% silver and are silver-proof, which means that they are usually worth more than quarters marked with a "D" or a "P." What's even better is that if you have a full set of silver-proof coins, all those coins could be worth more than $1,500🤯
The California state quarter can range from $1.01 to $11. So check your coin collection and hold onto them because you never know how much they can be worth one day. Click here for more.