Error specialists will pay more to acquire a blank escaping into circulation at this stage of the manufacturing process. It doeant appear to be normal wear or fading. If not your out a few bucks and you can sleep at night!Click to expand... hehe cubenewb, Dec 29, 2010 #2 + Quote Reply speters33w New Member Here are pictures. check over here
Accidentally struck on Nickel planchets, these coins are slightly smaller than a regular quarter. Live Posts Live Chat Charter Member Forum Forum Stats Online Games! Did they make them in any other metal? When the die strikes strike a planchet, coin metal cannot flow into the filled recessed area of the die, resulting in a coin lacking detail in the effected area. http://www.ebay.com/gds/Top-10-Rarest-State-Quarters-/10000000204826056/g.html
The coins look cool, but since they were altered after they left the US Mint, there's absolutely no value in these coins. Values for these coins depend on condition, but can reach well over a thousand dollars. The missing mint mark is most probably caused by grease or dirt filling the die.
While it is a unique find, it's not a valuable one. They're normally very helpful and willing to explain different errors to novice collectors. I've been holding some back since 2009 when I bought six $25 bags from the mint that had cuds, chips and cracks. Gold Colorado State Quarter Sincerely, Randy Wright History Lover Reply With Quote Sep 22, 2006,06:39 PM #3 jeff of pa MINELAB EXPLORER SE PRO ...... .
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 United States Mint image. It is not as shiny as silver. One easily observed State Quarter errors occurs when one side of the coin is copper colored.
Reverse: A short, vertical die gouge can be found between the lower R and A of COLORADO.Submitted By: Noel OkayCross References: None known Warning! State Quarter Errors It kind of looks like all silver but does not look like my other silver quarters. Thank you. Tel: 1.800.44.COINS (+1.949.679.4180).Contact Us.© Copyright 2010-2016, GreatCollections.com, LLC.
Brittany4 years ago I just started collecting coins so Im pretty new to it but does anyone know of a website that lists & shows pictures of errors found or common This is probably the best advice, here. 2006 Colorado State Quarter Errors I am looking to see if it's worth anything and possibly sell it. 2006 Colorado Misprint Quarter Back To The Top of Page Off-Centered Strike Pictured above: 2000 P South Carolina State Quarter 25% Off-Centered Error.
ExamplesClick thumbnail to view full-sizeArizona State Quarter Broad Strike Error. http://rlegsoftware.com/quarter-error/1995-quarter-error.php Rotated die errors are relatively common. 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. He needn't have gone away thirsty. Colorado Cud Error
For some reason, this planchet didn't make it to the coining press. you grimace in frustration, realizing that "quarter" isn't really a quarter after all. Postalrevnant Reply With Quote Remove Ads Home | Forum | Active Topics | What's New Forum Treasure Hunting Coins new Colorado State Quarter Error. « Previous Thread | new this content Photo Courtesy: coinpage.com Fun FactNew Hampshire prominently featured their famous Old Man of the Mountains for their design.
Comdewah9 months ago I see the Mariana quarters don't have much, if any, talk about errors. Kansas Quarter Error Wisconsin Leaf Error Minnesota Double Die, or Tree Errors Kansas "In God We Rust", or Humpback Buffalo Error Arizona Cactus Errors Other Statehood Quarter ErrorsSee results without voting More by this It weighs 5 grams on the spot, it is definately clad copper and I'd guess it in XF condition.
To be certain of which one you have, I recommend taking it to be examined by a local coin dealer in your area. Above are three examples of lines created by a small crack in the coining die. If it is angled or perhaps even upside down, someone goofed when the obverse and reverse dies were set up in the coining press. Wyoming Quarter Error Stories appeared in television broadcasts and general circulation print media, prompting even non-collectors to empty out their piggy banks for a second look.
I've been searching for the last couple of days, but can't find anything like it. SEO by vBSEO ©2011, Crawlability, Inc. I found it attracts magnets (or magnets attract it). have a peek at these guys However, if you flip the coin from the top down, the horse and rider will be right side up.
Click thumbnail to view full-sizeError on the 2004P Wisconsin coin: extra low leaf on corn. | SourceA normal Wisconsin coin. | SourceThere are two variations of this error: an extra leaf The presence of an extra cornstalk leaf on the 2004-D Wisconsin State Quarter has jazzed both collectors and non-collectors alike. The evidence he gathered, much of it through scanning electron microscopy, led him to conclude the "error" was done intentionally. It directly coincide with the inner circle stamped on the reverse.
Do people do that? Oh yea, is it a Denver or Philly minted?