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

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1976 Bicentennial Quarter: Unlike regular quarters, this special edition features a drummer boy on the reverse to celebrate America's 200th anniversary. 

1943 Copper Penny: While not a dime or quarter, it's worth mentioning due to its rarity and high value. Mistakenly made of copper during a year when pennies were supposed to be mad

1916-D Mercury Dime: This dime is rare due to its low mintage numbers, making it one of the most sought-after coins by collectors. In top condition, it can be worth up to or over $

1794 Flowing Hair Dime: As one of the first dimes minted by the United States, its historical significance and rarity can command prices in the hundreds of thousands, depending on

1894-S Barber Dime: Known for its incredibly low mintage of just 24 coins, it's one of the rarest and most valuable coins in U.S. history. One in pristine condition can be worth ov

1982 No Mint Mark Roosevelt Dime: This rare error coin lacks a mint mark, making it highly sought after by collectors. While not as valuable as some others on this list, it can sti

2004-D Wisconsin State Quarter Extra Leaf: A rare error in the Wisconsin series features an extra leaf on the ear of corn. This peculiar error can significantly increase the coin's

1970-S Small Date Lincoln Cent: This rare variation in the 1970 penny series can be identified by the size and placement of the date. Collectors pay a premium for these rare specim

Double Die Coins: Coins that have been struck twice by the minting press, such as the famous 1955 double die penny, are highly prized. While not a dime or quarter, these errors acr

2005-P Kansas State Quarter "In God We Rust": A minting error caused by a grease-filled die makes the word "Trust" appear as "Rust." These quirky errors are a collector's delight a