3 RARE Bicentennial Quarter Worth Nearly around buying a ALFA ROMEO

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Bicentennial quarters, minted in 1975 and 1976 to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, are generally not considered rare in their standard circulation versions. These coins feature a drummer on the reverse side and a dual date of "1776-1976". 

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1. 1976 Bicentennial Quarter with Special Mint Errors 

Any coin can become highly valuable if it has a significant mint error. For Bicentennial quarters, errors such as a double strike, off-center errors, or a die adjustment strike might fetch a high price.  

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2. 1976-S Silver Proof Bicentennial Quarter 

While not rare in the sense of their mintage numbers, Bicentennial quarters minted in San Francisco for collector sets were made of 40% silver. In pristine condition (Proof 70), especially with a deep cameo effect, these could be among the most valuable of the Bicentennial quarters, albeit still not typically reaching the price of an Alfa Romeo by themselves. 

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3. High-Grade Certified Examples 

A Bicentennial quarter graded by a reputable coin grading service (such as PCGS or NGC) at the highest levels (e.g., MS-67 and above for business strikes, or PR-70 for proofs) can command a premium. 

Realistically, even in these scenarios, the value of a Bicentennial quarter, or even a few of them, would not typically reach the tens of thousands of dollars needed to purchase an Alfa Romeo. Most standard Bicentennial quarters, even in uncirculated condition, are not highly valued over their face value or nominal collector premiums 

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