Rare Bicentennial Quarter Bonanza: 6 Rare Coins Worth $90 Million Each

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Double Die Obverse Bicentennial Quarter: A minting error where the motto "IN GOD WE TRUST" appears doubled. Highly sought after by collectors, but not reaching the millions.

S-Mint Mark Proof Bicentennial Quarter: Struck at the San Francisco Mint with a special mirror-like finish, these coins are prized for their beauty and precision, though far from the $90 million mark.

Silver Bicentennial Quarter: Part of a special silver set, these quarters contain 40% silver, making them more valuable than their clad counterparts, yet still not close to the proposed value.

Off-Center Bicentennial Quarter: Errors where the coin's design is significantly off-center can be quite rare and collectible, attracting higher prices among enthusiasts.

1970-S Small Date Lincoln Cent: While not a quarter, this rare penny from the San Francisco Mint is a collector's dream, known for its small date error, yet its value doesn't approach the millions.

1943 Copper Penny: A few pennies were mistakenly struck in copper that year, making them extremely rare and valuable, but still not reaching the heights of $90 million.

1913 Liberty Head Nickel: Only five known examples exist, making it one of the most coveted and valuable coins in U.S. numismatics, yet not at the stated value.

1804 Silver Dollar: Known as the "King of American Coins," it's incredibly rare and valuable, with auction prices reaching into the millions, but still not $90 million.

1933 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle: A gold coin that has fetched millions at auction due to its rarity and the intriguing history of the U.S. abandoning the gold standard.

The Flowing Hair Silver/Copper Dollar 1794: Considered the first dollar coin issued by the U.S. Federal Government, its auction prices have soared due to its historical significance and rarity.