Coin Collector’s Paradise: 8 Bicentennial Quarters valued At $45K+ Each

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$100,000+ Coin collectors seldom find the 1975 No S Bicentennial Quarter. Its name comes from the missing “S” mintmark, which should have indicated San Francisco minting. 

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The 1975 No S Bicentennial Quarter (Proof) –

$50,000+ Collectors love double die mistakes, and the 1976 Bicentennial Quarter's obverse is no exception. This inaccuracy doubled the picture on the coin's obverse, making it rare and valuable. 

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The 1976 Bicentennial Quarter With Double Die Obverse –

$45,000+ The US Mint issued Bicentennial Quarters with a distinctive clad covering in 1976 to mark the nation's 200th anniversary.

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The 1976 Bicentennial Quarter With Missing Clad Layer –

$50,000+ The 1976-S Silver Bicentennial Quarter is another coin collector's treasure. San Francisco-minted quarters with 40% silver are popular among collectors. 

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The 1976-S Silver Bicentennial Quarter –

$45,000+ A coin struck without a collar is bigger and less defined due to broadstrike mistakes. The 1976 Bicentennial Quarter with a broadstrike fault is prized by collectors. 

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The 1976 Bicentennial Quarter With Broadstrike Error –

$60,000+ Collectors prize the 1976 Bicentennial Quarter with the unusual reverse double. The doubling makes the design stand out. 

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The 1976 Bicentennial Quarter With Doubling on the Reverse –

$75,000+ The Bicentennial Quarter's Miss Liberty figure is famous for its hair details. The 1976 Bicentennial Quarter with a full braid mistake shows Miss Liberty's hair braid more prominently, making it attractive to collectors. 

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The 1976 Bicentennial Quarter With Full Braid –

$45,000+ Interesting mistakes arise when mintmarks are struck upside down. The uncommon 1976 Bicentennial Quarter with a reversed mintmark sells for $45,000 or more. 

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The 1976 Bicentennial Quarter With Inverted Mintmark –

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13 Best $20-Million Priced Rare Bicentennial Quarters and 6 More Worth Over $950,000