Eight Rare Dimes And Rare Bicentennial Quarter Worth 1 50 Million Dollars Each Are Still In Circulation

1936 Mercury Dime "Doubled Die Obverse": This coin shows noticeable doubling on the obverse side, particularly on the motto "IN GOD WE TRUST," making it highly sought after.

1916-D Mercury Dime: Minted in Denver and with a low mintage, this dime is valuable, especially in good condition.

1942/1 Mercury Dime: A minting error resulted in some dimes being struck over 1941-dated dies, creating a sought-after variety.

1975 No-S Roosevelt Dime: An error at the San Francisco Mint led to a small number of dimes being minted without the "S" mint mark, making them rare and valuable.

1796 Draped Bust Dime: One of the earliest dimes minted by the United States, it's exceptionally rare and highly prized by collectors.

1838-O Capped Bust Dime: Minted in New Orleans with a low mintage, this dime is scarce and commands high prices.

1871-CC Seated Liberty Dime: Minted in Carson City, Nevada, and with a limited mintage, this dime is highly collectible.

Bicentennial Quarter "No S" Proof: Some bicentennial quarters were minted without the "S" mint mark, primarily in proof sets, making them valuable to collectors.