The two rare centennial quarters and two rare dimes, each valued at $19 million, are still in circulation.

This article delves into the fascinating backstories of these numismatic gems that have managed to elude the odds and are still making their way around. 

We begin with the renowned 1916-D Mercury Dime, a numismatic marvel simply because it is in circulation at all.  

Denver was the site of the coin's minting during its short manufacturing run, 

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and it features the famous winged Liberty head design by Adolph Weinman. 

There are only a few number of these coins in circulation, so finding one in your change would be a once in a lifetime opportunity—and it could even net you some unexpected riches. 

As we continue our exploration of numismatic marvels, we arrive at the 1894-S Barber Dime, a coin that embodies exclusivity and rarity.  

This dime is a real treasure for coin collectors, struck in San Francisco in a year when coin manufacturing was limited. 

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