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George Washington Bicentennial Quarter - 1776-1976,1975-1976
  • Quality: Proof, Uncirculated, Circulating  
  • Production Facility: Philadelphia; Denver, San Francisco  
  • Public Law Number: 91-127  
Portrait of President George Washington.  Inscribed: Liberty, In God We Trust, date
Obverse: Download
Obverse Description:
This was first produced in 1975 in celebration of the 200th anniversary of the independence of the United States. The image features a bust of President George Washington. The coin was minted in the years 1975 and 1976 and carried the dual dates of 1776-1976. During the release of the Bicentennial coinage, no coins, of this denomination, carried the single date of 1975 or 1976. Inscriptions on the coin says: Liberty and In God We Trust and the date. Three United States Mint Directors, David Rittenhouse, Henry William Desaussure, Elias Boudinot, served under President's Washington's tenure in office
Obverse Designer:
John Flanagan


Image of a Colonial drummer facing left and a victory torch encircled by thirteen stars at the upper left.  Inscribed: United States of America, E Pluribus Unum, Quarter Dollar
Reverse: Download
Reverse Description:
The reverse shows a Colonial drummer facing left and a victory torch encircled by thirteen stars at the upper left and the inscriptions: United States of America, E Pluribus Unum, Quarter Dollar. The reverse of this coin replaced the eagle reverse of the Washington coin during 1975 and 1976
Reverse Designer:
Jack L. Ahr


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