1976 US Coin Value
Asked by: thenerd-ga
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22 Sep 2003 20:55 PDT
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Question ID: 259280
How much is a US bicentennial (1976) quarter worth? In mint and circulated condition. What about the 1976 half dollar and dollar coins?
Re: 1976 US Coin Value
Answered By: juggler-ga on 22 Sep 2003 22:30 PDT
Hello. There were some special "40% silver" 1976 coins that were issued for the bicentennial, but since you don't mention silver, I'm going to assume that you're asking about the basic 1976 coins. As you may know, there are various grades of uncirculated, "mint" (e.g., MS60 through MS70) depending on just how perfect the coin is. If you're talking about a very high grade 1976 coin (MS65 & up), it could sell for quite a bit: An MS65 1976 quarter recently sold on eBay for $5.50. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3046111834&category=39463 An MS65 1976 dollar coin recently sold on eBay for $9.95. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3046992698&category=11981 Ecoinprices.com will give you an idea of values of very high grade coins (MS65 & up) Quarters: http://www.ecoinprices.com/washington-quarters-1965-1998.htm Half dollars: http://www.ecoinprices.com/kennedy-half-dollars.htm Dollars: http://www.ecoinprices.com/ike-dollars.htm ----------- If you're talking about lower-grade, "brilliant uncirculated" coins (e.g., MS60), such coins sell for quite a bit less. 1976 Washington Quarter BU (brilliant uncirculated) $0.75. http://www.greatlakescoin.com/WashingtonQuarters1965to1998.htm 1976 KENNEDY BU $1.10 http://www.coinwebstore.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=845 1976 JFK Half BU $1.25 http://www.greatlakescoin.com/JFKHalfDollars.htm 1976 Eisenhower Dollars $3.95 - $5.95. http://www.greatlakescoin.com/EisenhowerDollars.htm A set of mint, uncirculated 1976 coins sells for $16. (A bicentennial Eisenhower dollar, a bicentennial Kennedy half dollar, a bicentennial Washington quarter, a 1976 Roosevelt dime, a 1976 Jefferson nickel, and a 1976 Lincoln penny). http://www.rubylane.com/shops/autumndaz/item/CN00020?froogle=1 ----------------- resources on coin grading: Numerical Grades http://www.coincentric.com/Numerical%20Grading.htm "Determining the Grade of a Coin" http://coins.about.com/library/weekly/aa050400.htm "Grading Coins" http://www.acoin.com/grading.htm search strategy: uncirculated, quarter, 1976, ms65, jfk, 1976 ms65, dollar, 1976 I hope this helps. If anything is unclear, please use the "request clarification" feature. Thanks.
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Re: 1976 US Coin Value
From: floridastate-ga on 09 Mar 2005 09:14 PST
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