1976 Bicentennial Colorized Coin Set l JM Bullion™

To celebrate the two-hundredth anniversary of the establish of the United States of America, the United States Mint issued a limited Bicentennial Coinage range in 1975 and 1976. The coins were struck as proofread specimens and available in the standard cupro-nickel alloy for circulation. The bicentennial Coinage consisted of the circulating US dollar, one-half dollar, and quarter, each with its traditional presidential effigy on the obverse and a special, limited-edition Bicentennial plan on the overrule. now, 1976 Bicentennial Colorized Coin Sets are available to you for purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Set Highlights:

  • Coins arrive inside individual capsules with display stands and a Certificate of Authenticity!
  • Colorization brings greater brilliance to the Bicentennial reverse designs!
  • Honors Americas 200th birthday!
  • Features 3 coins in total: US dollar, US half dollar, and US quarter!
  • Contains a cupro-nickel alloy.
  • Issued individual face values in US dollars by the United States.
  • Presidential figures on the obverse of each coin.
  • Special Bicentennial designs are different on each of the three coins.

Across 1975 and 1976, the United States Mint altered the reverse designs of its circulation dollar, half-dollar, and quarter-dollar neologism to honor the two-hundredth birthday of the nation. The bicentennial neologism spill featured a double date sign honoring the occasion, with 1776-1976 strike on each mint. Though the coins were issued in 1975 as well, there was never a 1975 date stage on the coins. Although the US Mint issued the coins as proof and circulation pieces, the latter was the most outstanding in number. The coins in this 1976 Bicentennial Colorized Coin Set are the standard cupro-nickel specimens that were produced for circulation consumption.

For the obverse of the coins in the 1976 Bicentennial Colorized Coin Set, you will find the long-running presidential effigies that have featured on the coins for decades. The oldest of these is the left-profile flop of President George Washington on the quarter, a design in function since 1932. The future old is the 1964 effigy of President John F. Kennedy on the half dollar. The newest among the three is the left-profile portrait of President Dwight D. Eisenhower on the US dollar, an prototype introduced in 1971.

In the reverse design of 1976 Bicentennial Colorized Coins in this set, you will find the special 1975-1976 designs used by the US Mint for the Bicentennial. Each mint had its traditional purpose removed for the biennial liberation in favor of a raw visualize honoring the Bicentennial. This includes the Liberty Bell in front of the Moon on the dollar, Independence Hall on the half dollar, and a continental Army drummer on the quarter. Each of the reverse fields comes with beautiful color applications that reimagine the spirit of these historic images. These 1976 Bicentennial Colorized Coin Sets are available to you with individual capsules for each coin and a companion display that sets each coin upright in its space capsule. The hardened comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. JM Bullion customer service is available at 800-276-6508. We are besides available to you online using our bouncy new world chat and e-mail address features .

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