It also has three very small letters imprinted on the bottom of Lincolns right arm and they appear to be VDB. How do I go about doing this? » by Stephen Thompson on April 04, 2005 @ 08:57 AM # We have a all three of the wisconsion quarter the one with So what was the cause for this error coin? Ronald De Angelis22 months ago I Have A 1945 Mercury Dime The Y In Mercury Is Struck 7 Times Is This An Error? http://redstart.net/quarter-error/2005-kansas-gold-quarter-value.html
Have there been errors on those? Those who subscribe to this theory also point out that these so-called leaves fall far short of proper design definition, are awkwardly placed, and lack texture. Accidentally struck on Nickel planchets, these coins are slightly smaller than a regular quarter. Anyone else heard of this variation? » by Jon on October 07, 2005 @ 05:22 PM # I have a Delaware Quarter the back of it is stamped up side down. http://koinpro.tripod.com/Articles/2004DWiscDieGouges.htm
Since there are no other marks on the Q, it doesn't seem to be from wear. Take a State Quarter (or any other coin for that matter), and grasp it between your thumb and an opposing finger at the 3 and 9 O'clock positions, with the obverse Apparently, there are two varieties, one with the "leaf" pointing down, and the other with the "leaf" pointing upward. Once a sculpt is approved and an epoxy made from which a master is created, there is very little likelihood for the Mint to tinker with the designs.
If so, which one? A regular Wisconsin State Quarter does not include something resembling an additional cornstalk leaf. But Im not sure is there another website that I could visit to make sure that have the right one . Arizona Quarter Error Not sure if it is silver, some what light in weight.
I haven't found any collector that wants to buy it. Remember the 1890-CC Morgan with the die gouge at the tailfeathers? If you email me, please put in the subject box "mint coin" or my Spam blocker will automatically delete it. » by Jerry Shooter on August 24, 2005 @ 05:47 PM https://coins.thefuntimesguide.com/2009/04/wisconsin_quarter_error.php Please contact if interested.
How do I know if it is worth something. Wyoming Quarter Error Most die-filled errors are common and do not add a premium value to the coin, except is the most extreme of examples. If interested email me at [email protected] or call 956-639-2771. Some of these errors may include die breaks, off-center striking, planchet clipping, die cuds, grease strike-through errors and missing layers.
DOES ANYONE KNOW IF THIS IS A MINT ERROR OR IF IT HAS SIGNFICANT VALUE? » by Mike Doyel on August 29, 2008 @ 08:27 PM # I noticed someone mentioned have a peek at these guys Can you give me any information on this, thanks JOHN » by John Stricklin on April 05, 2005 @ 10:04 AM # I have two questions: I have a 1976 Bi-Centennial Kansas Quarter Error I was told by a friend to keep them because they might have some kind of value, Is this true? State Quarter Errors Thanks Dirk » by Dirk on May 29, 2005 @ 01:14 PM # I have two wisconsin quaters.
Smith on June 07, 2005 @ 11:08 PM # hi, i need to know waht the california p error coin looks like can i have a discription » by parker on check over here I normally only search through nickels, but I just might have to pick up a few rolls of quarters now! Although it may look unique, if the "A" was added after the quarter left the mint, the quarter is most likely worth no more than 25 cents. Some of these coins are actually very rare depending on where they were printed the D and the Ps mean a lot... Minnesota Quarter Error
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If so, what kind of value do they have? Rare State Quarters To Look For Its the same weight and size of a regular quarter there is just no print on either side of it. They're harder to find each year, but there are several valuable coins floating around that aren't all that old.
Collectors should be wary of anyone attempting to sell ordinary die filled error State Quarters for more than a few dollars. The existence of a few State Quarter errors is not hard to imagine, especially when one takes into consideration the billions of them that were minted. Do they have any worth??? » by danielle on April 19, 2005 @ 06:05 PM # I, too, have a penny/dime morph. Wisconsin State Quarter is there only suppost to be 4 leaves total? » by Samantha on May 22, 2008 @ 12:04 PM # hello i was just wondering if you have ever heard of
http://www.theomahachannel.com/money/4247715/detail.html » by dan on April 19, 2005 @ 07:31 AM # I have a Wisconsin quarter. If you have any info please e-mail me at [email protected] » by Becky on April 26, 2008 @ 02:40 PM # Ok, im a little confused on the winconsin state quarter Anyone interested in it can e-mail me at [email protected] » by Douglas on June 13, 2005 @ 02:42 PM # I have an Wisconsin quarter that is misprinted is there anyone weblink Back To The Top of Page Rotated Die Error Not long after the first State Quarters were released in 1999, a few of them were classified as error coins due to
There was some controversy associated with this question. A die break that affected some of the Philadelphia-minted coins created the 2005-P Kansas Die-break Reverse quarter, which shows either a humpback bison or the motto "IN GOD WE RUST." 5 The all-time high for the Index occurred in July 2014 when it reached 389.48, leaving this month's score just 0.53 points short of t…[Read more...] New! The thickness of the coiled material equals that of the finished coin.
Does anyone know how i can find out what its worth? » by Larry Waddell on March 21, 2008 @ 11:53 AM # i have a california quarter with the mint Interested? Ken Potter's Educational Series ... I feel in what I read from collectors that if your not a 'Pillar' of the coin world then your finds are just basically shunned off.So, if you have knowledge of
Oh yea, is it a Denver or Philly minted? Rick2 years ago I have a 2002 Tennessee quarter uncirculated with a slight second face misprint on the front please help me with a value ??? Thanks for reading! Please rate this article using the scale below.
The site offers product descriptions and photographs that help an individual check the conditions of the quarters and learn about the design elements that make each state's quarter individual and special. Jackie » by jackie on March 25, 2005 @ 03:36 PM # I just found a wisconsin flaw quarter(leaf down) in seguin TX.