Value: $5 1982 Penny - Doubling "IN GOD WE TRUST". Now, with your other hand, flip the coin over, but maintain your hold on the coin. Are you sure it's a dime on the back, or is it just a wheat penny? » by Curtis Johnson on April 05, 2005 @ 11:29 AM # Curtis Johnson: [email protected] The 50 State Quarters spurred lots of nationwide interest. http://nbxcorp.com/quarter-error/wisconsin-quarter-error-for-sale.html
Back To The Top of Page One Side With Copper Color The reverse clad layer of this 2002 Mississippi State Quarter is missing, resulting in the exposure of the inner copper Mint began printing a series of dollar coins featuring presidents. I haven't been able to find a coin collector nearby that will buy these. Note the oversized diameter and irregular shape. https://coins.thefuntimesguide.com/wisconsin_quarter_error/
Other Coins to Look for: Not worth thousands, but worth looking for: Pennies to look for: 1972 Penny - Doubling on the "2" of 1972. That's how all quarters are. » by dan on April 22, 2005 @ 09:35 AM # I have a California state quarter the is two tone. High magnification revealed metal flow evidence consistent with theory, while eliminating other possible causes. It has been circulated but is in good condition.
User Agreement, Privacy, Cookies and AdChoice US Coin Values Advisor Home | What's New | Search | Site Map State Quarter Errors State Quarter Albums & Supplies Everyone goofs once in By no means is this an exhaustive goof list, but it represents the most commonly talked about State Quarter errors. It is really off centered how do I go about finding out if it is worth something? » by Beverly on June 11, 2008 @ 07:58 PM # Does anybody have Rare State Quarters To Look For Other observers, equally knowledgeable of the coining process, speculated that this was no mistake at all, that the extra leaves were added deliberately in an unauthorized manner by someone inside the
Silver Content US Coins Junk Silver Prices Today Buying Junk Silver Sell Your Coins Troy Ounce Vs Ounce Sterling Silver Prices 5 Ways to Find Junk Silver Silver Coin Calculator Coin Kansas Quarter Error On another note, this news article has some good pictures of the error. Old Pueblo Coin in Tucson, where the quarters were first discovered, has sold about 10 sets of three quarters -- two flawed and one regular -- that are graded in mint All Rights Reserved.
I want to know how much it is worth. » by Conrad on June 10, 2005 @ 09:05 PM # I have a state quarter but it looks like a extra Delaware State Quarter Error On the so-called "high leaf" we see that its base starts "sprouting" from a chunk of cheese! Does anyone know how much it is worth? Worth anything?? » by j franks on April 10, 2005 @ 09:07 PM # Dan: Thanks for the reply on the Virginia Q.
The table below is to help collectors identify specific types of state quarter error coins. [email protected] » by Kb on February 07, 2008 @ 10:39 AM # I found an Ohio coin and its all colorful on back, can anyone tell me more about it. » State Quarter Errors 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, Wyoming Quarter Error Though you may luck out and find one worth $100-200.
High Grade Mint Error Variety! 8319 Image 2004-D Wisconsin Quarter! this contact form Box 760232 Lathrup Village, MI 48076-0232 Phone: 1-(313)255-8907 E-mail: [email protected] Numismatist Since 1959 ~ Serving the Collector Since 1973 CONECA's Longest Serving Doubled Die Attributer Member of: ANA CONECA-LM NLG NCADD-FM High Grade Mint Error Variety! 8318 Image 2004-D Wisconsin Quarter! 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 » Wisconsin Quarter Error
Is this a misprint? » by marcia on July 08, 2005 @ 07:27 PM # I have a Florida state quarter that is copper on one side and silver on the Nickels to look for: 1942-1945 Nickels - Most of these "War Nickels" are 35% silver. It takes up about half of the quarter. http://nbxcorp.com/quarter-error/wisconsin-error-quarters-for-sale.html Do you think i'm on to something. » by josh on March 29, 2005 @ 03:25 PM # I have a georgia quarter with a four imprinted on the fruit.
I did a check on eBay for what the average going price was for these extra leaf errors. Arizona Quarter Error Value: $1+ 1947 Dime - "S over D". Topics: Coins, money, Travel, Travel & Leisure, U.S., World About UsJobsAdvertiseSubscribePrivacyTerms Mashable is a global, multi-platform media and entertainment company.
Reproduction without explicit permission is prohibited. Folks, mold grows on cheese but not corn leaves! We want to sell them as a set. Connecticut Quarter Error Value: Coin experts seem to be all over the place with valuing this coin.
It shows no cladding. Table of Contents Hide 1. 2004-D Wisconsin Extra... 2. 2004-D Wisconsin Extra... 3. 2005-P Minnesota Doubl... 4. 2005-P Kansas Die-brea... 5. 1999-P Oregon Rotated-... 6. 2000-P South Carolina ... 7. 2007-P Interested? http://nbxcorp.com/quarter-error/wisconsin-error-quarter.html Rare state quarters are available at coin shops, auctions, and online.
I can't find anything on it. An investigation revealed Denver Mint operators noticed the Wisconsin defects early on and pulled the offending dies from service. 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 Tags: wisconsin quarter wisconsin error quarter wisconsin quarter error pictur wisconsin quarter mistake Have something to share, create your own guide...
I feel that if they did, Bush would get a higher approval rating by fixing one little thing at a time. Dated State Quarters with significant off-centered strikes, say 25% or more, can be worth at least $100. The one side has the head printed fine, but on the other end is a blank disk which I am assuming is a misprint.
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