How much are my U.S. 1876 20-Cent piece worth?

About 1876 20-Cent Pieces

The 1876 Twenty Cent Piece is slightly scarcer then its lone Philadelphia Mint counterpart from 1875 both of which are part of this extremely short series that is highly desired by collectors. It comes from a genuinely low mintage of just 14,640 but it is still common in every grade up to and including MS64. From MS61 through MS64 there are 6 total PL examples in NGC holders, which is the grand total for this date. Although it does exist in MS65 through MS67, there are only 106 PCGS and NGC graded examples remaining in existence according to population reports. There are 71 in the MS65 range that are tough to come by and 33 MS66?s that are even more scarce. It is the 5 MS67?s that are truly rare and are meant for finest known registry sets and advanced type collectors.



Coin Date: 1876
Denom: 20c / Twenty cents
Desg: MS
Mint Mark: P
Mint Location: Philadelphia
Mintage: 14,640
Coinage Type: Seated Liberty
Coinage Years: 1875-1878
Composition: 90% silver; 10% copper
Strike Type: Business
Diameter: 22 mm
Weight: 5 gr
Designer: William Barber
Edge: Plain
PCGS #: 5299
NGC ID: 23R8
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