Top 6 Rare Bicentennial Quarter: Exceeding $40 million in Value

The 1976 No Mint Mark Proof quarter is one of the most coveted by collectors.

1976 No Mint Mark Proof Quarter

During the production of Bicentennial quarters, the U.S. Mint issued both copper-nickel clad and 40% silver-clad versions.

1976 Silver Clad Error Quarter

Occasionally, errors occur, resulting in silver-clad quarters that were not intended for circulation.

The double die obverse error is a fascinating phenomenon where the die used to strike the coin is misaligned, causing a doubled image.

1976 Double Die Obverse Quarter

A clipped planchet occurs when the blank metal disc used to strike the coin is not properly cut, resulting in a coin with a missing portion.

1976 Proof Error Quarter with Clipped Planchet

Such errors are rare, and when they occur on a proof Bicentennial quarter, their value skyrockets.

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