What is the value of the 1776- 1976 Quarter?

The Washington quarters are made with copper and nickel.The silver clad proof quarters sell for more money.Continue reading to learn more about these coins.

The reverse of the coin has a design to celebrate the United States’ bicentennial.The signing of the Declaration of Independence is marked by the bicentennial.

There is a military drummer on the reverse side of the coin.The coins are called drummer boy quarters because of their design.The design on the coin’s reverse is the same as other quarters.

The US did not have a mint mark on the 1776- 1976 quarter.

The face value of the clad quarters is only $0.25.The coins have a premium in uncirculated condition.

The 1776- 1976 quarter with no mint mark is worth around $1.25 in uncirculated condition with anMS 63 grade.The value is in uncirculated condition and has anMS 65 grade.

The coin is worth something in silver.The silver melt value for this coin was $2.06 on May 30, 2021.The current silver spot price is $27.87 per ounce.

In uncirculated condition, the 1776- 1976 S silver quarter is worth $5.Uncirculated coins with a grade of MS 65 can sell for $7.

There are some contact marks in the major focal areas.The coin might not have as much shine.

There is a strong eye appeal.There may be a few light contact marks, but they are barely noticeable.