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Assuming the quarter actually says 1776-1976, then it's a common bicentennial quarter and is worth 25 cents.

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If it says 1776-1976 on it, then it's a bicentennial quarter, and it's still worth 25 cents.


It's only a quarter, just spend it.


So many were made it's only worth a quarter


The bicentennial quarter is extremely common, and is still worth 25 cents.


A 1604 Quarter is worthless. The United States did not exist until 1776.


Assuming the coin says 1776-1976, it's worth 25 cents.


The bicentennial quarter is worth 25 cents. This question is asked at least once per week.



I suspect the coin says 1776-1976, in which case it's worth 25 cents.


These are common coins and are worth only 25 cents.


If it says 1776-1976, then it's worth exactly 25 cents.


BICENTENNIAL, not "bicentenial" QUARTER, not "quater" 1776-1976, not just "1776" And only worth 25 cents. Billions were minted and many were saved as keepsakes.


Please check those dates. Your coin should say 1776-1976, meaning it's a Bicentennial quarter.


There were a few hundred million of them minted, and it's still worth 25 cents.


No US quarters bearing the date of 1776 were struck. If you have a coin that is a quarter of some other currency, please post a new question including the country that the coin is from. If the date reads 1776-1976 and has a portrait of George Washington, then it's a common bicentennial quarter worth 25 cents.


It's just a quarter, spend it. As you can easily see the date is actually 1776-1976; you have one of the billions of dual-date quarters minted for the Bicentennial celebration


Okay! No silver quarter for 1776.


The date on it should read 1776-1976. It's a common U.S. bicentennial quarter, still worth 25 cents.


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It's a common bicentennial quarter, still worth 25 cents. Denver minted 860 million of them.


The US never struck a half quarter. A half quarter would be worth 12.5 cents.


Either not 1776, not a buffalo, or not a quarter.> The buffalo motif has only been used on nickels from 1913 to 1938 and in 2005, and the 2006 North Dakota state quarter.> The US Mint didn't exist in 1776. The first quarters were struck in 1796.> The only quarters to carry the 1776 date were Bicentennial quarters and it was part of a dual date - 1776-1976.Please look again and post a new question.




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