If you have been searching for a genuine 1976 quarter with no mint mark, you have come to the right place. This article will walk you through the process of finding this coin and will help you to understand the value of a 1977 quarter with no mint mark. We will also discuss the different conditions that a 1976 quarter can have. This is a common coin type. It is worth collecting if you want to collect this coin’s date, type, and mint mark.
In general, you can expect to find a P mint mark on a 1976 Washington Quarter. The Philadelphia Mint no longer strikes clad Washington Quarters. The San Francisco Mint introduced the P mint mark on these coins in 1980. Before that, the Philadelphia Mint had no mint mark on its coins. In 1932 to 1964, the mint mark was located above the R in QUARTER. From 1965 to 1967, the mint mark was absent. Similarly, the 1967 Washington Quarter moved the mint mark to the front of the coin. This coin shows Washington’s hair tie in the background.