The 1776-1976 drummer boy quarters are neat Bicentennial coins that are worth looking for in your spare change! Here's everything you want to know about the drummer boy quarter.

1776-1976 Drummer Boy Quarters Are Worth Looking For!

Why did the U.S. Mint make drummer boy quarters? How many were made? Why do they have the 1776-1976 date? What do the letters “JLA” mean? Are there any drummer boy quarter errors worth looking for? What makes these Bicentennial quarters different from regular Washington quarters? Here is everything you want to know about drummer boy quarters!

Mint Marks: Those Small Letters On U.S. Coins Explained

What are mint marks? Mintmarks are small letters stamped on U.S. coins that designate where the coin was made. Where a coin was minted affects its value. See which coins each U.S Mint facility made. And what a U.S. coin without a mintmark means. (Some are rare error coins. Others are not supposed to have a mint mark.)