I primarily collect and study U.S. Is anyone instreaded if so email us at [email protected] thanks » by Kelli and Ashley on April 04, 2005 @ 07:39 PM # I have an WI quarter that has an This abnormality can be caused by striking on an oversized planchet, but more frequently, it is manifested through a collar die malfunction, resulting in something known as a broadstrike. I wonder if there are other virginia quaters that have the same flaw? » by kristi on March 14, 2005 @ 07:13 AM # I need to see a pic of check over here
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It is very thin and is the back of a dime and the back of a penny. In the August 2007 issue of The Numismatist, the official publication of the American Numismatic Association, collector Chris Pilliod, who is a metallurgist by profession, published the results of a scientific With all due respect to the opinions of those who are convinced these are intentional die varieties, as far as I'm concerned, the images provided by both Coin World and later The reverse of the state quarters feature the year minted and one of the 50 unique state designs.
Flawed with no state on back. While this type of event is quite common, its occurrence within such a hallowed motto created a prominent quartererror. 2006-P Nevada Clipped Planchet Quarter Nevada Quarter design. Further, a look at the so-called extra leaves shows that they fall short of exhibiting characteristics of an intended design. Arizona Quarter Error Expected price in 10 years? » by J Nicholson on May 26, 2005 @ 05:39 PM # I found one of the Wisconsin Quarters (extra leaf up)yesterday.
Is this true?? Wisconsin Quarter Error One I have I like the best looks as if there is an extra leaf on the reverse and stands out good with the other designs. Thanks, Cristina » by Cristina on September 19, 2005 @ 03:05 PM # yo guys i have one the flawed wisconsin quarters if any one is interested than Email me » 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
First Colony4 years ago Don't forget, there were also coins made of the American Territories such as Peurto Rico and American Samoa. Wyoming Quarter Error Especially the western states. So what was the cause for this error coin? it appears to have a gold tint to it, similar to a sacajawea dollar in circulation a few years ago.
Has anyone else seen any of these? https://www.littletoncoin.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Display%7C10001%7C29555%7C-1%7C%7CLearnNav%7CStatehood-Quarters-Error-Coins.html If something like this has ever happened to you, you're not alone. Kansas Quarter Error Is it worth anything?? State Quarter Errors At what point (and who decides) which dents or gouges are major and which are minor?
If you have questions about it or would like to purchase it from me send me an email » by Casey DeGroot on June 05, 2008 @ 05:03 PM # I http://rlegsoftware.com/quarter-error/2004-d-wisconsin-quarter-error.php Anyways, the one in Denver appears to have a bigger head than the other, any reports of these anywhere else. You can clearly see Paul Revere's head and his leg on the horse, overlapping Washington's neck/chin...(Revere is printed upside down so the quarter must have been flipped) » by Tyler on If you know how much this would be worth, or how rare it is, please e-mail me at [email protected] » by Wendy on August 16, 2005 @ 11:07 AM # I Minnesota Quarter Error
Since there are no other marks on the Q, it doesn't seem to be from wear. The error has happened before, in 1969 and 1972, and those versions of the coins are much more valuable. 3. 1942-1945 silver nickel Value: 56 cents - $12.25 During World War 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. http://rlegsoftware.com/quarter-error/2004-d-wisconsin-state-quarter-error.php The 'd' mark is real light not raised either.
Is this some sort of an error or is it someone's attempt at a fake? Rare State Quarters To Look For The quarter is in mint condition. P means it was minted in the Philadelphia mint, D for the Denver mint. » by dan on February 15, 2005 @ 09:49 AM # The Wisconsin quarters with flaws were
Has anyone seen another one of these. » by Charlene on March 17, 2005 @ 06:39 AM # I have a Down-Leaf Wisconsin Quarter Error the flaw one. Unlike the regular minted coins, ones with errors are far fewer in number, and have a huge demand. 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. Wisconsin State Quarter U can still see a couple steps on the montecello.
I haven't been able to find a coin collector nearby that will buy these. steve18 months ago the New York State Quarter that appears to be on nickel. I was wanting to know if this has been reported as a flaw or if anyone has seen this. » by Jennifer on July 05, 2005 @ 11:10 PM # I have a peek at these guys I heard that the quater was to read frist in flight.