Coin Collector's Paradise: 8 Bicentennial Quarters Valued at $45K Each

Missing Clad Layer:  Some 1976 Bicentennial Quarters were struck without their outer clad layer, giving them a partial silver appearance.

Broadstrike Error Quarters struck without the collar during minting, resulting in a larger and less defined coin, are valued at approximately $45,000

Double Die Errors:  Coins with doubling on the reverse side, creating a distinctive and rare visual effect, are extremely sought after. Some of these can be worth over $60,000

Full Braid Error:  These quarters showcase a more pronounced braid on Miss Liberty’s hair, making them valuable due to this unique detail, sometimes reaching prices as high as $75,000​

Inverted Mintmark Quarters with the mintmark struck upside down are considered rare and intriguing, often valued at around $45,000

"No S" Proof Error A particularly rare error where the San Francisco mintmark ("S") is missing on proof coins. One such coin sold for $440,000 at auction​

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