The United States Bicentennial coinage was a set of circulating commemorative
coins, consisting of a quarter, half dollar and dollar struck by the United States
Mint in 1975 and 1976. Regardless of ...
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Facing Right - Back .... Washington Quarters Bicentennial (Dated 1776-1976) -
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CC Seated Liberty Quarter with motto and arrows (12,462) $4,750; 1896-S ...
1776-1976 quarters are actually very common and, unless in mint condition or
Dec 23, 2015 ... Because it saw widespread circulation, the 1776-1976 Bicentennial quarter
dollar ... Dual dated 1776-1976, the Bicentennial quarter dollars actually
replaced ... Gold Eagle planchet error slabbed, 2017 American Liberty coin
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These sets include the 1776-1976 quarter and half dollar, which also display
special bicentennial-themed ... 1976 Eisenhower Dollar Past Sales & Prices.
Apr 12, 2012 ... The key to collecting the 1976 Bicentennial quarter is finding not only a coin free
... Its value proposition relies on the theory that selective taking from an ... cents at
the expense of Seated Liberty Quarters, so the pursuit of top quality, .... 1776 ~
1976 S Washington Bicentennial Quarter ~ Mint Proof from U.S. ...
13 items ... 1976 D Washington Quarter coin value and prices based on condition/grade. ...
The bicentennial Washington quarter features a 1776-1976 date on the ...
Half Cent-Liberty Cap – 1793-1797, $500 – $10,000, Rare. Half Cent-Draped ....
Quarter – Bicentennial Dated 1776-1976, face value, face value. Half Dollar ...
CoinTrackers.com has estimated the 1976 D Washington Quarter value at an
average of 25 cents, one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth $6.