1976 Washington Quarter Value Guide

What Is A 1976 Washington Quarter Made Of? The 1976 Washington quarter is a copper-nickel-clad coin that is composed of 75% copper and 25% nickel.

The face value of the 1976 Washington quarter is 25 cents or 0.25 USD. It has a mass of 5.67 grams and a diameter of 24.3 mm.

How To Differentiate Between Clad And Silver 1976 Quarters? After the production was over, there were about 11 million silver quarters and 4 million silver proof quarters made in the U.S.

The first thing you should do is check the reed or edge of the coin. If you see a solid whitish or silvery color, then what you have in your hand is most likely a silver coin. 

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Contrast that to a copper-nickel clad quarter that has a thin line of reddish copper mixed with whitish nickel.

1976 Quarter Varieties The 1976 quarters or 1776-1976 quarters come with various designs. Mostly, the difference has to do with their mint mark.

1976 Quarter With No Mint Mark The 1976 Quarter with a mint mark of D has a selling price of $.025 to $5.50 or more if it has special features.

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