The 1976-S 25c PCGS PR69DCAM Silver is a quarter dollar coin that was struck at the San Francisco Mint in 1976 to commemorate the bicentennial of the United States. The “S” mint mark indicates that it was struck at the San Francisco Mint.
PCGS stands for Professional Coin Grading Service, which is a company that grades and certifies coins for authenticity and condition. A grade of PR69DCAM means that the coin is a proof strike with a very high level of detail and mirror-like fields, and that it has only minor imperfections.
The term “DCAM” stands for Deep Cameo, which is a designation used for proof coins that have deeply mirrored fields and sharply frosted devices. This adds to the coin’s visual appeal and value.