Check the weights, those tend to be the nail in the coffin. The distinct rim is evidence of this. Pugulis2 years ago from Kings Park, New York I have a North Dakota state quarter without Washington's head, though it does have the "United States of America" and "Quarter Dollar". As first post in this thread I'll say it before the others do.... navigate here
These mistakes are rare and appear in a few state quarter designs, such as the valuable 1999-P Oregon Rotated-die Error quarter. 6 2000-P South Carolina Off-center Error Quarter The uncommon 2000-P It is possible it was plated, but then I am confused as to why it weighs 5 grams. Arizona State Quarter Broad Strike Error. I can say though that Coin Stores are a great place to start. http://www.ebay.com/gds/Top-10-Rarest-State-Quarters-/10000000204826056/g.html
It might be worth the few bucks just to have an NGC sealed coin that says "XF Bogus Fake" on the top. It's hard to put a value on such a coin, but it is worth something! Joe Macho4 years ago from Colorado Author @Michael Lauer - Wow!
I normally only search through nickels, but I just might have to pick up a few rolls of quarters now! catspirit5 years ago Great Hub! Anything less than 5 degrees is considered acceptable by Mint quality standards and is not considered an error. Gold Colorado State Quarter I'm hoping for your sake its real!
I guess it could give a new meaning to the "In God We Rust" filled die strike-through error I've heard about... 2006 P Colorado Quarter Value Garrett Pro Pointer…… Sovereign XS-2 Pro ....... If it's real and only one or a few are made then you get to set the price! http://www.coincommunity.com/error_us_coins/quarters_state_2006.asp Photo Courtesy: coinpage.comStrike Through Grease Error.
Voted up! State Quarter Errors The way they market the set is deceiving. A normal State Quarter will weigh 5.67 grams, whereas a Nickel weighs 5.00 grams. 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
MemberDiscoveries » + ? check over here huh, what the heck is this? I've put many very nice sets together just from the coins from bank rolls. With exposure of such a massive level, it shouldn't come as a surprise to hear that these quarters were the most collected mintage in United States history. Colorado Cud Error
Were these varieties the result of a die cut mishap, or the work of a meddler? Joe Macho18 months ago from Colorado Author Steve - There have been quarters minted on nickel planchets. hlweyl3 years ago i have found a New Hampshire State Quarter with no 'P' or 'D' struck. his comment is here The submitter of the 2005 Proof Sets, Boca Raton, Florida-based coin dealer Finest Known, was also not expecting this unusual trove of errors to be found.
Image courtesy of Mike Monteau. Kansas Quarter Error Has anyone ever heard of any like this? It is not as shiny as silver.
Photo NGCA close up image of the 2006-S Silver Colorado Quarter with reverse die crack. Now THAT would also be cool! Back To The Top of Page Off-Centered Strike Pictured above: 2000 P South Carolina State Quarter 25% Off-Centered Error. Wyoming Quarter Error While it is a unique find, it's not a valuable one.
It's more than likely authentic, it's more a question of whether or not it's a wrong planchet strike or if it's just 'funky looking.' I suppose there's a chance it could There is a certain breed of coin collector out there who relishes the challenge of plucking State Quarter errors from circulation, and this section is devoted to these keen-eyed individuals. Is it worth anything today? weblink Thanks for reading.
Do people do that? Rotated die errors are relatively common. It has a red copper around it. All rights reserved.
It was a truly amazing feat, but since they were produced in such vast quantities, the majority of these coins retain very little value. Photo Courtesy: coinpage.com1999 Pennsylvania Off Center Strike. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Hiccups in the manufacturing machinery, compounded by the possibility of human mistakes, explains the inevitability of at least some defective State Quarters.
This currency is worth nearly as much as its Extra Leaf High counterpart. 3 2005-P Minnesota Doubled-die Extra Tree Quarter The Minnesota state quarter features images of the state's wildlife, trees, please! He might have fared better exchanging quarters for the ones he needed at the bank like my friend did. Powered by vBadvanced CMPS v4.3.0 -- TreasureNet - Pro -- TreasureNet - Option -- .Mobile Style.
Joe Macho19 months ago from Colorado Author Cinderella - It's hard to say what happened to your quarter without seeing it, but it sounds to me like it was stamped with Keep a sharp eye out, and never give up on searching. It serves two purposes: applies the reeded or plain edge, and halts the metal of the planchet being struck from flowing beyond the perimeter of the die. But NGC would be good if they would slab it, but it seems as though ANACS is pretty good with errors and slabbing coins that others wont.
Click here.HomeMy GCWatchlistSell CoinsContactNews Help Advanced Coin SearchView Coin AuctionsAuctions $1-$250$250 & upBuy Now CoinsCoin BooksMulti-Coin Auctions24-Hour DealsAuction Archive< div class="w">Quick NavPopular CategoriesHalf Cents/Large Cents (194)Small Cents (1461)Two/Three-Cent Pieces (49)Nickel Five-Cent It seems from the pictures as though the coin has a "different" look than a normal quarter?Click to expand... The previous high occu…[Read more...] Rare Coin Values Index Inches Higher in Aug 2016 Aug 10, 16 07:24 PM In Aug 2016, the Rare Coin Values Index reads 389.28, up I'm sure that many of us can still remember watching commercials for the quarter program many years after its inception.
Although, based on your description of the coin, I'm pretty sure that the line your describing was caused during wrapping of a quarter roll. As a result of their scarcity, they are all considered collectible. I would take this quarter to a local coin dealer to look at. Will check those quarters I have more closely.