Six Rare Dimes and Ancient Bicentennial Quarter Worth $23 Million Dollars Each Are Still in Circulation

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1916-D Mercury Dime: This dime is one of the most sought-after by collectors due to its extremely low mintage numbers. If you come across one, you're holding a piece of numismatic

1942/1 Mercury Dime: A fascinating error coin where the date appears to be overstruck, showing both 1942 and 1941. Its uniqueness makes it incredibly valuable to collectors.

1872-CC Liberty Seated Dime: Minted in Carson City, this dime is rare due to its low survival rate. Finding one in good condition could be akin to winning the lottery.

1894-S Barber Dime: Known as one of the rarest dimes, only 24 were minted, and a few still exist today. Its story and scarcity make it a numismatic legend.

1796 Draped Bust Dime: As one of the first dimes ever minted by the United States, its historical value is unmatched, making it a prized possession for any collector.

1829 Curl Base "2" Liberty Cap Dime: This rare variety is sought after for its unique "curled base 2" in the date, making it a unique find for numismatists.

1976 Bicentennial Quarter with a Double Die Obverse: While not a dime, this quarter is noteworthy. 

1976 Bicentennial Quarter, Clad, MS67: A non-silver, clad quarter in near-perfect condition, fetching around $1,500 due to its rarity in such a high grade.

1976 Bicentennial Quarter with Partial Collar Strike Error: This error coin, showing signs of a partial collar strike, is rare and valued at $1,200.

1976 Bicentennial Quarter, Broadstrike Error: A broadstrike error gives this quarter a unique appearance and a value of $1,000.

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