Rare Bicentennial Quarter Worth Nearly $95K, 2 More Worth Over $4,000

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1976 Bicentennial Quarter (No Mint Mark, MS67): A pristine example sold for nearly $95,000 due to its exceptional condition and rarity.

1969-S Lincoln Cent (Double Die Obverse): Highly sought after by collectors, this error coin can fetch over $4,000 in near-perfect condition.

1955 Lincoln Wheat Penny (Double Die Obverse): Known for its clear doubling, this rare penny often exceeds $4,000 at auction.

1943 Bronze Lincoln Cent: Mistakenly struck in bronze instead of steel, these pennies can command prices over $100,000, but even lower grades are valued over $4,000.

1916-D Mercury Dime: The scarcity of this dime, due to its low mintage, makes even moderately preserved examples worth over $4,000.

1893-S Morgan Silver Dollar: Recognized as the rarest Morgan dollar, even lower grades are highly valued, with prices typically starting around $4,000.

1877 Indian Head Penny: One of the key rarities in the Indian Head series, even coins in lower grades are sought after, with prices often exceeding $4,000.

1914-D Lincoln Wheat Penny: Due to its low mintage and survival rate, this coin in decent condition can easily surpass the $4,000 mark.

1909-S VDB Lincoln Wheat Penny: Famous among collectors, this variant is prized, with values for good conditions starting over $4,000.

1922 No D Lincoln Wheat Penny (Strong Reverse): This error coin, lacking the Denver mint mark, is a collector's favorite, with values typically over $4,000 in fine condition.