1976 Bicentennial Quarter (No Mint Mark)

Special Bicentennial design featuring a Colonial drummer and a victory torch encircled by 13 stars, designed by Jack L. Ahr.

Value The value of a 1976 Bicentennial Quarter with no mint mark depends significantly on its condition and whether it has any unique characteristics such as being a high-grade example or containing errors.

Circulated Condition: Face value to $1 – Most circulated quarters from this series are worth their face value of 25 cents, but can sometimes sell for a small premium if in better condition.

Uncirculated Condition (MS60 - MS65): $1 to $5 – Coins in uncirculated condition, particularly those graded MS60 to MS65, can fetch a higher price.

High-Grade Condition (MS66 and above): $20 to $100+ – Quarters graded MS66 and above are much rarer and can command prices from $20 up to $100 or more, with MS67 examples fetching higher premiums. Very few 1976 quarters reach grades of MS68 or higher, which makes them significantly more valuable.

 Certification:  Coins graded and certified by professional services like PCGS or NGC often sell for more because their authenticity and condition are verified.

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