Rare Bicentennial Quarter and Rare Dimes Worth $570k Each Are Still in Circulation

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1976 Bicentennial Quarter with Double Die Obverse: This rare variant features doubling on the drummer boy's drumstick and the words "LIBERTY" and "IN GOD WE TRUST." Its unique error makes it highly sought after by collectors.

1945 Mercury Dime with Full Bands: The Mercury Dime is already a collector's favorite, but those with full, horizontal bands on the fasces are especially valuable. This detail signifies a well-struck coin, making it rare and desirable.

1964-D Roosevelt Dime with Double Die Reverse: Look for doubling in the words "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" and "ONE DIME." This minting error can significantly increase the coin's value among collectors.

1975 No S Roosevelt Dime: This dime was mistakenly struck without the "S" mint mark, making it extremely rare. It's one of the few known examples from the San Francisco Mint that lacks the mark.

1982 No Mint Mark Roosevelt Dime: Missing the mint mark due to a minting error, this dime is a rarity. Its absence makes it a valuable find for any coin enthusiast.

1996-W Roosevelt Dime: Released to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the dime, this coin was not intended for circulation. Finding one in your change is a rare event, as most were sold in mint sets.

2004-D Wisconsin State Quarter with Extra Leaf: Variants of this quarter feature an additional leaf on the ear of corn. Both the "High Leaf" and "Low Leaf" versions are considered rare and valuable.

2005-P Kansas State Quarter with "In God We Rust" Error: A misprint caused by a grease-filled die makes the word "TRUST" appear as "RUST." This amusing error has made the coin highly collectible.

1970-S Small Date Lincoln Cent: While not a dime or quarter, this rare penny is worth mentioning. The "small date" variant is much rarer than its "large date" counterpart, making it a valuable piece for collectors.

2007-P Presidential Dollar with Edge Lettering Error: These dollars were mistakenly struck without their edge inscriptions, including "E PLURIBUS UNUM" and the date. The error makes them a rare find and highly collectible.