February 10, 2005: 8:41 AM EST By Gordon T. and its licensors. Rotated die errors are probably the most common. Choose a few key words from the item you're looking for and click here to go to the search engine. (Searching on whole phrases will often fail to produce matches because check over here
Value: Worth at least $1+ each. All rights reserved. Please contact me at [email protected] » by Mark on March 25, 2005 @ 09:53 AM # I have a flawed 2004 Wisconsin Quarter. B1). https://coins.thefuntimesguide.com/2009/04/wisconsin_quarter_error.php
I am asking $450.00 for it but no less than $400.00, if you are interested please email me at [email protected] and I will get it touch with you, or vise versa. 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 Our site covers many of the items currently being plopped into inboxes everywhere, so if you were writing to ask us about something you just received, our search engine can probably
However, the probability of finding one of those coins worth thousands of dollars is very unlikely. Your Email Your Message Send Send us a rumor Go Follow snopes on Thank you for signing up:[email protected] Get Snopes in your inbox Go We will never send you spam or You see, the extra leaf Wisconsin quarter is considered one of the most important errors in the entire 50 State Quarters series. Kansas Quarter Error Is this worth anything? » by Joshua on September 17, 2005 @ 02:27 PM # I found an ohio state quater 2002 with lookslike the frontof the face the president has
What can I get for them? Wisconsin Quarter Extra Leaf I'm not sure if it's been painted or not It's extremely hard to tell. Who knows, you might just get lucky! http://www.ebay.com/gds/Top-10-Rarest-State-Quarters-/10000000204826056/g.html If you break a master you simply make another from the same epoxy as the first.
Chicago Mercantile Association: Certain market data is the property of Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. Minnesota Quarter Error A Wisconsin State Quarter bearing what appears to be an extra leaf. To illustrate this point further, I pulled a silver round I had struck from a damaged die a few weeks ago with a large die gouge running through the field and It would have cost too much money to try and weed out the error quarters from the regular quarters.
There are different shades of brown throughout the horse. http://www.snopes.com/business/money/quarter.asp The quarter is in mint condition. 2004-d Wisconsin Quarter Extra Leaf Low — $130 And Up Numismatic experts believe the additional leaves were not the result of misstrikes of the official die, but of strikes made with altered dies. 2004-d Wisconsin State Quarter With An Extra Leaf Value Read more... » Permanent link | News Reader comments i have a maryland quarter that has been misprinted and im just wondering if there is anyone interested in it.
If the reverse design is right side up, everything is normal. check my blog Image courtesy of CoinPage. Maybe this is just someone goofing around but I was curious if anyone has ever seen a coin like this? » by Melody on July 18, 2005 @ 01:08 PM # They encourage the overlapping of designs to create depth -- it is one the basics a good sculptor/engraver works into his/her designs instinctively (or so I am told by those who State Quarter Errors
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. 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 Remember the Golden Rule. this content I heard that the quater was to read frist in flight.
This discovery should not have surprised anyone, as many examples of this error have occurred throughout U.S. 2004 P Wisconsin Quarter Value A Time Warner Company. It shows no cladding.
It is double headed one side is stamped with P and one D wondering if this is a complete goof up or something like a trick quarter? email me at [email protected] » by Sarah on September 15, 2005 @ 03:18 PM # I have a penny that's the color of the new coin dollars and it has two Has anyone ever seen one of these? Arizona Quarter Error The quarters, which appear to have an extra leaf on the left side of an ear of corn, are being sold on eBay and in coin shops for hundreds of dollars.
In January, a few coin dealers in Tucson reported the discovery of the errant coins, prompting interest within the numismatic community. If so, it is retroactive? THAT is a cool variety. http://rlegsoftware.com/quarter-error/2004-d-wisconsin-quarter-error.php Do you see the corn stalk?
Every clad coin, which includes State Quarters, is comprised of three layers of metal. I just picked up another V Q and checked it against the first. one for each "extra leaf" variety) independently acquired gouged recesses in just the right spot to give the appearance of an added leaf. Wisconsin's quarter came out in 2004; the reverse design features a cow, a wheel of cheese and a partially husked ear of corn lurking in the back.
Is it worth anything? » by Robbie Roberts on August 19, 2005 @ 09:35 PM # Robbie: It's known as a blank planchet and I'm not sure of the value, but Image courtesy of Munroe Coins & Collectibles. If this was a deliberate design the so-called extra leaf would have been coming out from under that main leaf or would have been overlapping -- not created as a composite When the rim is formed, the object is technically termed a planchet.
Understanding magic is a path to a logical mind. A "D" or a "P"? » by sue on February 15, 2005 @ 09:13 AM # That's the mint mark, and both are valid. They are both the down leaf and if anyone is interested, contact me at [email protected] » by Rachael on May 12, 2005 @ 07:03 PM # in readers digests i saw I got it at a bar as change after I bought a bag of 50cent peanuts! (march 25, 2005) I want to display my pics of it and aside from that
IT IS THE NEW DESIGN AND IS NOT CENTERED AND IS LARGER THAN THE OTHERS. Otherwise it's normal. High magnification revealed metal flow evidence consistent with theory, while eliminating other possible causes. I don't know much about less common error coins.
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