Two Rare Dimes And rare Bicentennial Quarter Worth $ 90 Million Dollars Each Are Still in Circulation🪙

1943 Copper Alloy Dime The 1943 copper alloy dime tops our list as one of the most sought-after coins by collectors. During World War II, the United States Mint made a significant switch in the composition of coins due to metal shortages.

Dimes, traditionally made from a blend of silver and copper, were produced in a zinc-coated steel version to conserve resources. However, a few copper blanks from 1942 were mistakenly struck with the 1943 dime dies.

1916-D Mercury Dime The 1916-D Mercury Dime is another gem that coin collectors covet. This particular dime is rare due to its low mintage numbers.

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1894-S Barber Dime The story of the 1894-S Barber Dime is one shrouded in mystery and intrigue. Only 24 of these dimes were minted, and today, only nine are known to exist.

Some theories suggest they were struck for a group of bankers, while others believe they were special pieces made for the San Francisco Mint’s superintendent.

1976 Bicentennial Quarter The 1976 Bicentennial Quarter is unique, celebrating 200 years of American independence

While millions of these quarters were minted, featuring a drummer boy on the reverse, a very few were struck in a 90% silver composition for collectors.

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