1976 Clad Bicentennial Quarter Regular Quarter Regular Strike

The 1976 Clad Bicentennial Quarter is a coin that holds historical significance as it was minted to commemorate the bicentennial anniversary of the United States. 

Composition The term "Clad" refers to the composition of the coin. Clad coins are made from layers of different metals, typically copper-nickel alloys sandwiched between layers of copper.

Bicentennial Design:  The Bicentennial Quarter features a special design on its reverse (tails) side, created by Jack L. Ahr. The design depicts a colonial drummer and a victory torch encircled by 13 stars, representing the original 13 colonies.

Regular Strike:  "Regular Strike" simply refers to coins that were produced as part of the normal minting process for circulation.

While circulated examples typically have a value close to their face value of 25 cents, coins in uncirculated or mint condition may command a slight premium among collectors, particularly if they are part of a complete set or have special characteristics such as mint errors or variations.

the 1976 Clad Bicentennial Quarter remains a popular collectible item among numismatists and enthusiasts, admired for its historical significance and distinctive design.

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