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Not sure why the video, but you captured the details not easy with a hand held camera.

It's a common 2004 state quarter. They were minted from 1999 through 2008. The majority in copper nickel like the one you have. The US mint did of course produce them in Proof form, also copper nickel and as another money maker (Ignore the pun) they also sold Silver Proof sets. 

The value of your coin in the US is face value. If you like them your can collect all 50 state quarters. They sell for around 2-4 times face value for a whole set of 50 but should increase in value over the decades. If you collect US quarters the state quarters are a must. 

The good news is that the coin books to put them in where sold by the tens of thousands, thus breeding a whole new wave of coln collectors, young and old. Hats off to the US Mint for that.

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