The Washington Quarter Value Guide for 1976  

This quarter is unique in several ways, making it a popular collectible for numismatists and a point of interest for those keen on American history.  

This guide delves into the specifics of the 1976 Washington Quarter, including its design, variations, and current market value. 

The 1976 Washington Quarter is distinctive for its dual-dated design, featuring "1776-1976" on the obverse to mark the 200th anniversary of the United States' independence. 

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This reverse design includes a Colonial drummer boy with a victory torch encircled by 13 stars, representing the original colonies. 

The coin was minted in several versions, each with its own unique characteristics.  

The 1976 Washington Quarter was produced at three mints: Philadelphia (no mint mark), Denver (D), and San Francisco (S).  

The San Francisco Mint produced both proof and uncirculated silver-clad versions, which are particularly sought after by collectors. 

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