It's actually SGH, the initials of Seth G. Huntington who designed the reverse of the coin.
All U.S. coins currently carry their designers' initials. Some are very well hidden (GG for Glenna Goodacre on the Sacagawea dollar, for example) and others are quite visible (JS for John Sinnock on the dime)
Assuming the coin says 1776-1976, it's worth 25 cents.
I suspect the coin says 1776-1976, in which case it's worth 25 cents.
25 cents unless there is something that makes it different than the other 1.7 Billion of them.
It's worth 50 cents.
Not at all.
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In early 1976 it was 15 cents it went up to 20 cents that year
A lot of coins say E Pluribus Unum. If the date says 1776-1976, it's a bicentennial quarter, half dollar, or dollar. Whichever coin you have, it's worth face value.
The postage rate in 1976 was 13 cents. It was raised from 10 cents in 1974. It remained at that price until it went to 15 cents in 1978.
In 1976 a US first class stamp was 13 cents. The post card rate was 9 cents.
48.9 cents a gallon
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The cost of a hamburger and drink in 1976 would depend on where you got it from. For example a hamburger at McDonald's in 1976 cost 28 cents. A soft drink would cost 59 cents and a regular order of fries was 49 cents.
35 cents to 60 cents a gallon depending on location.
about thirty cents
About 5 cents.