Rare Bicentennial Quarter Worth Nearly $55K, 4 More Worth Over $1,000

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1976-S Silver Proof Bicentennial Quarter, Deep Cameo - The pinnacle of bicentennial quarters, fetching nearly $55,000 if in pristine condition. Its deep cameo and silver content make it highly sought after.

1976-S Silver Uncirculated Bicentennial Quarter - Not far behind, this uncirculated silver quarter can command upwards of $4,500, especially if it's in mint condition with no signs of wear.

1976-D Bicentennial Quarter, Off-Center Strike - Errors have value, with off-center strikes from the Denver mint reaching over $3,000 for their uniqueness.

1976 Bicentennial Quarter, Double Die Obverse - A rare error where the motto "In God We Trust" appears doubled, can be worth more than $2,500 to the keen collector.

1976-S Silver Bicentennial Quarter, Proof Error - Mistakes during minting resulted in a few silver proofs with errors, valued at over $1,500 for their rarity and story.

1976 Bicentennial Quarter with Clipped Planchet - This minting error, where part of the coin's edge is clipped, makes each piece unique, pushing values over $1,200.

1976 Bicentennial Quarter, Full Drum Lines - High-grade quarters showcasing full, clear drum lines on the reverse can fetch upwards of $1,000, prized for their detail and condition.

1976 Bicentennial Quarter, Overstruck on a 1975 Quarter - Extremely rare, this minting anomaly where a 1976 quarter was struck over a 1975 quarter, if authenticated, can be worth significant sums, often exceeding $1,000.

1976 Bicentennial Quarter, Broadstrike Error - Broadstrike errors, where the coin lacks its ridged edge, can make these quarters worth hundreds to the right collector, with exceptional examples breaching the $1,000 mark.

1976 Bicentennial Quarter, Rainbow Toning - Natural or artificial toning that creates a rainbow effect on the coin's surface can enhance its appeal and value, with top specimens commanding over $1,000.