Is it worth anything?? there are more flaws also counted at least 3 more. » by carol on March 01, 2005 @ 01:36 AM # There are now 2 versions of the cal. Quarters to look for: 1989 Quarter - No mint mark. I'd suggest we do not open the floodgates to the abuses of the past but it now looks like it is too late! http://redstart.net/quarter-error/2004-d-wisconsin-state-quarter-with-an-extra-leaf-value.html
if there is more of them doesnt that make them not as rare. » by pam jackson on June 18, 2005 @ 01:22 AM # Pam: I agree, it's hard to Could you send a picture of the defected and correct quarter so that I can see the difference. Does any know what it is worth? » by marcia on March 12, 2005 @ 01:08 PM # I think that I have one of the Wisconsin state quater. Just be careful with the coins and you should be fine. » by dan on August 22, 2005 @ 09:33 PM # I have a nickel (5 Cents) from 1936, that Read More Here
For the latest prices, check a US coin guide book. Mint's Denver production facility appear to have too much husk on them. "Hobbyists have identified two 'varieties,' generally described as 'Extra Leaf Up' or "Extra Leaf Down.'" Coin World noted. "The The center layer consists of pure copper. Breaking a master has to be fairly rare and breaking two in a row has to be about as rare as hen's teeth.
CommentsHave your say about what you just read! Dow Jones: The Dow Jones branded indices are proprietary to and are calculated, distributed and marketed by DJI Opco, a subsidiary of S&P Dow Jones Indices LLC and have been licensed There is no back imprint, as if, it was never printed. Kansas Quarter Error How much would this be worth. » by Kathy on April 21, 2005 @ 07:12 PM # Ah, Kathy?
Value: Like all coins, the value is heavily influenced by condition. Let's review the clad coining process. Thanks Patrica » by Patricia on July 03, 2005 @ 04:58 PM # I have a maryland quarter that is misprinted it has what looks like an acorn under the chin. There is no ring on the outer edge revealing copper.
State Quarters with large, easily visible cracks carry more value than quarters with less obvious cracking. Minnesota Quarter Error Most vending machines treat blanks at full face value, so he could have quenched his thirst after all. Rare state quarters are available at coin shops, auctions, and online. All Rights Reserved.
Check into that... check this link right here now This mistake makes the Extra Leaf High style of this coin one of the rarest of the American state quarters. 2 2004-D Wisconsin Extra Leaf Low Quarter Another flawed Wisconsin state 2004-d Wisconsin Quarter Extra Leaf Low — $130 And Up Value: About 25 cents each. 1995 Penny Doubled Die - On Obverse. 2004-d Wisconsin State Quarter With An Extra Leaf Value He who has the most gold makes the rules.
A Time Warner Company. check over here How many of the "error" coins exist? Value: Average finds would be valued around $35. Please forward any information you might discover regarding it's value. State Quarter Errors
I want to know how much it is worth. » by Conrad on June 10, 2005 @ 09:05 PM # I have a state quarter but it looks like a extra Thanks Dirk » by Dirk on May 29, 2005 @ 01:14 PM # I have two wisconsin quaters. Is this unusual? his comment is here MY EMAIL IS [email protected] » by lily maynard on July 12, 2005 @ 07:00 AM # FORGOT TO TELL THE COLORS ON THE WISCONSIN QUARTER FROM PHIL, THE BACKGROUND IS WHITE
How would I go about selling them. » by David T on June 19, 2005 @ 03:15 PM # I have a New Hamsphire state quarter with no mint mark, worth 2004 P Wisconsin Quarter Value Under repeated stress, coin dies can easily crack. I want to make clear that I am under no illusion that these coins are most probably here to stay.
[email protected] » by landon on May 28, 2005 @ 09:08 PM # I have a Wisc. I primarily collect and study U.S. Collectors are especially eager to locate State Quarters with the reverse side clad layer absent. Arizona Quarter Error When mass media headlines scream "Hidden Treasure in Your Pocket Change?", small wonder that word of the Wisconsin State Quarter error has made its way into everyday conversation.
Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of 13 Thread: Weird Wisconsin 2004-P Quarter Thread Tools Show Printable Version Send to a friend… Subscribe to Mint. The rare 1999-P Connecticut Broadstruck quarter can have a high value because of this occurrence. 10 2006-P Colorado Cud Errors Quarter The 2006-P Colorado Cud Errors quarter is an excellent example http://redstart.net/quarter-error/high-leaf-quarter.html Find one with either the high or low leaf error, and you can get a whole lot more.
and its licensors. Anyone interested can contact me at [email protected] » by Michelle Porstner on May 06, 2005 @ 02:50 PM # i have the penny/dime coin and have been wondering about it if If one of the dies is rotated, then the angled effect on the reverse side appears, relative to the obverse. The dies are supposed to be oriented to achieve the normal look described in the test above.
At what point (and who decides) which dents or gouges are major and which are minor? thanks krystal » by krystal on March 21, 2005 @ 10:14 AM # You can sell them on Ebay. » by dan on March 21, 2005 @ 11:18 AM # I Numismatic experts believe the additional leaves were not the result of misstrikes of the official die, but of strikes made with altered dies. I've been following the posts on Rec.collecting.coins on the new 2004-D Wisconsin die damage error or variety quarters (call them what you want, error or variety makes little difference), and I
It is in mint condition. The second leaf is turned down. please email me at [email protected] » by deborah on June 06, 2005 @ 11:35 AM # Ok so anyhow, I think I have a Flawed "Wisconsin, Denver minted" quarter.