1976 - S 25C Silver (Proof) Washington Quarter

Obverse:  The obverse features the classic portrait of George Washington designed by John Flanagan, which has been used on the quarter since 1932. The date below Washington is dual-dated "1776-1976" to mark the Bicentennial.

Reverse:  The reverse design, by Jack L. Ahr, features a Colonial drummer with a torch encircled by 13 stars to the left, symbolizing the original 13 colonies. The inscriptions include "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," "E PLURIBUS UNUM," and "QUARTER DOLLAR."

Mint Mark:  The coin bears the "S" mint mark, indicating it was produced at the San Francisco Mint.

 Finish:  Proof, which is characterized by a mirror-like background with frosted design elements, giving the coin a high-quality, sharp appearance.

Condition and Grading:  The value of these coins can vary significantly based on their condition and whether they have been professionally graded. Higher grades, such as PF69 or PF70 by grading services like PCGS or NGC, can command higher prices.

General Price Range:  As of recent market trends, a 1976-S Silver Proof Washington Quarter typically ranges from $10 to $20 for ungraded coins in excellent condition. Higher graded examples can fetch prices upwards of $40 to $100 or more, depending on the grade and market demand.

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