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Flashback to 1975-76

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I would like to introduce the coin that started me on a long journey that is far from over.  Born in 1969, I was six when the bicentennial quarter was introduced. It was released in 1975, and had a two year run for the country’s bicentennial itself.  Being from the time when I can still remember silver coinage in circulation, this design really caught my eye as a six year old.  The Colonial drummer designed by Jack L. Ahr had a magical appeal to me at the time.  It sparked a love for all types of coins and the history behind them.  Who spent this coin and what was their story.  I hope to give you a layman’s insight into the coin market, and knowledge you can share with others interested.

1975 1976 bicentennial quarter dollar drummer coin

Written by Robert L. Wilson

May 25, 2008 at 10:58 pm

Posted in Personal History

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  1. The bicentennial coins were great ways to get people interested in collecting. It’s amazing to me how many of these things still show up in rolls. I suppose it has something to do with the # minted, but at the same time I’d think everyone would want one.

    Coin Rollhunt

    October 8, 2008 at 6:28 pm

    • Very True, sorry for the super long delay. I’ll be posting again. I hope you enjoy! Thanks


      September 9, 2010 at 11:49 am

  2. Robbie, your website rules. I love it! You have put in a tremendous amount of work and it is paying off. Take it global brother. Get the Chinese on-board! Coltrane just started Kinder this week and he is getting an hour of Chinese language instruction every week. Crazy!

    Albert "Big Al" Howell

    September 8, 2010 at 1:51 pm

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