JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Hello, Stephanie - A 1776-1976 with no mintmark (so, for coins of the era, that means it was made at the Philadelphia mint) quarter is worth face value. I know a doubling Error could bring 100- 200$ for the 1965 dime. You might be surprised to learn how many millions of otherwise ‘common date' coins have been melted down for their silver value. Josh Jason Foley Found this 1996 d double die on both obverse and reverse Jason Foley Pictures don't do it justice JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Hi, Jason -- I'm trying to blow up the this contact form
JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Hi, Michelle -- I suspect someone tried to colorize your coin. Thanks! Anthony dollars: $70 These ballpark values are for retail sales to collectors. what are they? Homepage
Best, Josh JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Hi, Judy -- I hate to tell you this after your effort with the photos, but they are unfortunately looking a bit blurry and I can't unfortunately really Employed by McDonnell Douglas/Boeing for over 34 years as an Industrial Engineer/Technical Specialist before retiring in 2002. Coins Coin Myths, Trivia & Facts Fun With Coins Coin Values More Electronics & Gadgets Health & Beauty Hobbies & Crafts Home & Garden Jobs & Money Outdoor Fun Travel U.S. The mint damage might shave some of this value, though I would be willing to bet any Lincoln cent enthusiast looking for a Wide AM penny for his or her collection
JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Hi, The "D" is the mintmark for "Denver"; unless your coin is in mint condition, it's worth face value. There are incuse marks going half way around the reeds of the coin. The only U.S. 1991 Quarter Error Does that mean bicentennials have slightly more silver than a regular quarter today?
If you click the tiny rectangle image just under the comment box on the article, you can upload images from there. 1987 P Quarter Error Jenna i have a 1976 copper penny with a imprinted bell and usa, under the year there is a d, is my coin worth anything? It's possible that a close-up look may reveal this to be the more elusive doubled die. http://www.coincommunity.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=234115 I do apologize for the inconvenience(!) If you want to try again I'd be more than willing to take a look!
It is honestly hard to say for certain what happened there, but in looking at the coin more it seems like there may have been something on the die of the 1994 P Quarter Quarter Coin and Paper Money Collecting/1986 P U.S. How much is it worth? I suspect it has been heated and an air pocket below the clad layer expanded making a "bubble".
Thank You! Type: Washington Quarter Year: 1986 Mint Mark: P Face Value: 0.25 USD Total Produced: 551,199,000 [?] Silver Content: 0% Numismatic Value: 25 cents to $11.00 Value: As a rough estimate of 1987 D Quarter Error If there's any wear on either Bicentennial quarter, then it's worth face value. 1995 D Quarter Error However, if you wouldn't mind posting a photo, please, I'd be interested in seeing if it was a type of die issue.
Not sure if it's an error quarter. weblink quarters made since 1965 that contain silver are issued in collector coin sets by the Mint. Is it normal? That would also explain the weakness in the date, which has been partly obliterated due to wear. 1988 Quarter Error
Thanks for your question! The "19" in 1944 is much more faint than the "44". I appreciate all the insight and guidance! navigate here So when we say average, we mean in a similar condition to other coins issued in 1986, and mint state meaning it is certified MS+ by one of the top coin
Do the spots respond to a magnet? 1985 Quarter P Best, Josh Sabbir found 1969-S double die obverse proof coin in uncirculated condition whats the value P.S. JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Hello, Michelle -- You have a 1976 bicentennial quarter.
It looks like your coin was either weakly struck in that area or that region of the die was filled with grease. How do I find out if it has any value? The United States Mint does not strike colored coins, so any that you see have been altered by a private individual. Quarter With Two Tails Sides I hope this helps answer your question anyway!
Maybe my wording could have been better but I meant that your assessment appears to be correct - which is typical. Have you ever heard of anyone else having one and where should I send it to have it authenticated Kevin got handed this at a gas station today, don't know what It looks like this 1980 Washington quarter has has suffered extensive surface damage that has resulted in the lettering and other surface details being sheared laterally, causing the weird-looking, mis-shaped devices. his comment is here Such an error is essentially impossible given current minting methods.
Thank you for stopping by The Fun Times Guide, and feel free to check in anytime! JRTuttle4 I have a penny that is completely blank on both sides. Notice the bubble on the reverse coincides with the scorching on the obverse. Cheers, Josh Laurie Johnson Josh, Thank you SO MUCH for your time, advise, and expertise!!!
I'm always glad to help! Is there such a thing or could someone have removed the cladding? You can post it here in the comments forum. The second one is a 1980 (?
To register it, I suggest sending it to ANACS since you don't have to join a membership to submit your coins to them. I have them on a rare earth magnet right now and there is no pull... A 1953-D Washington quarter is currently worth about $4. We will need to see photos to figure out what is going on with your coin.
Normally, these are worth $5 to $7 if they don't have a date. Or have I stumped ya? 😉 JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Hi, Erin -- It sounds like a post-mint counterstamp, as I indicated in an earlier reply to your comment. They always keep collectors (and their magnifying glasses) busy, especially at times when a newly recognized error coin makes headlines on television, in newspapers, or on the Internet. I also soaked the penny in acetone nail polish remover. & I scrubbed it as well.
I'm betting your's is not distinct. Is this normal wear and tear? Here's some more info on gold-plated coins: http://www.usmint.gov/consumer/?action=colorized I hope this helps, Josh Benjamin Condon Thanks for the help josh bummer its not worth anything. Cheers, Josh Jamie Lehew I have a full collection of the Standing Liberties. 1916-1947.
As for your coins, if it's possible to upload any, photos would help me to see if you're describing toning/patination on the coins or some type of gold plating. Would you mind submitting a photo of your coin here in the comments forum, please?