I have a U.S. quarter dollar, it is clearly dated(on the front) 1776 - 1976. The front of it is normal, besides the fact that it has 2 dates instead of 1. but it gets interesting when you turn it over... it has a man drumming on a drum, with what looks like the statue of liberty flame next to his head. ive never seen a quarter with a drummer on the back of it, most have eagles. COMPARING to a 1974 quarter: 1. it is a little bit worse condition, but its not terrible. all text is leggible. 2. the heads side is a little bit sideways. its barely noticeable. 3. the text on the back " United States of America Quarter Dollar" is printed in a much larger text on the drummer coin. this text almost completely encircles the icon in the middle. 4. the icon on the back is of a drummer, rather then the eagle. to the left of his head is a flame with stars around it. under this flame it says "E PLURIBUS UNUM" in text so small, its almost ilegible. what do i got?