1: The Bicentennial Quarter was minted in 1976 to commemorate America's 200th birthday.

2: Over 1.6 billion were produced, making them common, but some are worth more than face value.

3: Look for mint errors or markings that can increase a Bicentennial Quarter's value.

4: Uncirculated coins can fetch a premium price from collectors.

5: Some rare versions of the Bicentennial Quarter can be worth hundreds or even thousands of dollars.

6: Keep an eye out for quarters with a "D" or "S" mintmark on the back.

7: The most valuable Bicentennial Quarters are those with a proof finish.

8: Don't spend your Bicentennial Quarters without checking their value first.

9: Check for rare variations like the 1976 DDO (double die obverse) for a potentially valuable find.