What is the value of a bicentennial quarter?
In circulated condition, 25 cents. In uncirculated condition,
about a dollar. S-mint silver issues and regular proof issues are
worth about $2.00 Silver proof issues (still in original plastic
capsule) are worth about $3.00 It is (in mint condition
uncirculated) 75 cents unless it is a silver special. Check the
edge of the coin. If you have a brown or red line it is a standard
copper sandwich coin, if not it is 40% silver and worth more. Most
BC coins are double to triple the spending worth in average
conditions. Good luck getting triple... The golden rule of
collecting: "No matter the worth of an item you will only get what
someone is will to pay for it."
If you found it in pocket change, it's worth twenty-five cents. If it was struck for circulation but has been kept in uncirculated condition, it may be worth about $2. If it was struck as a proof coin, it is still only worth a few dollars.
They're worth 25 cents.
None of the Washington Bicentennial quarters dollars struck for general circulation have more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums Actually, a 1776-1976 Bicentennial Quarter that has the "S" mark is 40% silver. Other coins of the 1776-1976 Bicentennial Quarter is worth nothing , just 25 cents
How much is a bicentennial 1776-1976 quarter dollar worth with George Washington's face on it and its the color red with a drummer boy in the back?
The U.S. Bicentennial was in 1976 (remember when the Declaration of Independence was?) You have an ordinary silver quarter from an ordinary year. It's worth about $3 for its silver content. Bicentennial coins found in circulation are dual-dated (1776-1976) and are made of copper-nickel, not silver, so they're only worth face value.