Rare Bicentennial Quarter and Rare Dimes Worth $570K Dollars Each Are Still in Circulation

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1976 Bicentennial Quarter: Unlike regular quarters, this special edition features a drummer boy on the reverse to celebrate America's 200th anniversary. 

1943 Copper Penny: While not a dime or quarter, it's worth mentioning due to its rarity and high value. Mistakenly made of copper during a year when pennies were supposed to be made of steel, these can fetch over $100,000.

1916-D Mercury Dime: This dime is rare due to its low mintage numbers, making it one of the most sought-after coins by collectors. In top condition, it can be worth up to or over $570,000.

1794 Flowing Hair Dime: As one of the first dimes minted by the United States, its historical significance and rarity can command prices in the hundreds of thousands, depending on its condition.

1894-S Barber Dime: Known for its incredibly low mintage of just 24 coins, it's one of the rarest and most valuable coins in U.S. history. One in pristine condition can be worth over a million dollars.

1982 No Mint Mark Roosevelt Dime: This rare error coin lacks a mint mark, making it highly sought after by collectors. While not as valuable as some others on this list, it can still fetch a handsome sum.

2004-D Wisconsin State Quarter Extra Leaf: A rare error in the Wisconsin series features an extra leaf on the ear of corn. This peculiar error can significantly increase the coin's value.

1970-S Small Date Lincoln Cent: This rare variation in the 1970 penny series can be identified by the size and placement of the date. Collectors pay a premium for these rare specimens.

Double Die Coins: Coins that have been struck twice by the minting press, such as the famous 1955 double die penny, are highly prized. While not a dime or quarter, these errors across various denominations can be worth a lot.

2005-P Kansas State Quarter "In God We Rust": A minting error caused by a grease-filled die makes the word "Trust" appear as "Rust." These quirky errors are a collector's delight and can be worth more than face value