Please check the back of your coin. Independence Hall was on the back of Bicentennial half dollars. Quarters showed a drummer boy.
Were struck for the Bicentennial of the USA. They are in common circulation and unless in a mint set they are only worth 25 cents.
What drummer boy? I'm a Christian and there is no drummer boy
The first U.S. quarters were struck in 1796.If you have a dual-dated coin with George Washington on one side and a drummer boy on the other, look at the other half of the date - 1976. Your quarter is one of about 1,680,000,000 struck as part of the Bicentennial celebration. Unless it's in brand-new condition it's worth exactly 25 cents.
It's probably dated 1776-1976, with a drummer boy on the back. It's worth 25 cents.
The general who talked to the drummer boy in the book The Drummer Boy of Shiloh is only referred to as The General. The drummer boy is named Joby.
Kinda the lyrics are actually. I'm a drummer boy so do it I'm a drummer boy so do it
It's a Bicentennial Quarter that's still in circulation, more than 1.5 Billion were minted so you can spend it. It's worth 25 cents.
The Little Drummer Boy was created in 1958.
From Which Country did The Little Drummer Boy originate
In the song The Little Drummer Boy who accompanied him in keeping the time?
A drummer boy is a boy who made all the calls for the soldiers such as when to get up
He isn't really given a name... He is just referred to as the Little Drummer Boy...
Her drummer is the little drummer boy! The session drummer on One of the Boys is Josh Freese
It's a common bicentennial quarter, still worth 25 cents. Denver minted 860 million of them.
Andy Hurley is the drummer for one of the best bands ever. Fall Out Boy
His name is Joby and do you know how he is charaterized in the story
Little Drummer Boy Live was created on 2006-11-28.
he has done a duet with Orla Fallon for the Little Drummer Boy.
Phil Collins or ?love from the roots i think....Another answer:There is no historical record of a drummer boy.
A drummer boy was the lowest ranking person in the army in the 1800's and often not even considered a soldier.
In the 1968 childrens' movie, "The Little Drummer Boy," the lamb's name was Bahbah or baba.