Wisconsin Error Quarter For Sale
A local coin dealer thinks that it may have been "dipped"(?) Does this mean dipped in silver or were there any silver bi-centennials minted? The one side has the head printed fine, but on the other end is a blank disk which I am assuming is a misprint. If so, it is retroactive? Do you see the corn stalk? weblink
How Much is Your Coin Worth? Anything special about that? » by Jonathan on May 10, 2005 @ 12:03 PM # I have a wisconsin quarter with the leaf going up on the right hand side. Thanks, Cherie' » by Cherie on September 17, 2005 @ 11:26 PM # I have a flawed Wisconson Quarter if any one is interested. thank you. https://coins.thefuntimesguide.com/wisconsin_quarter_error/
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EXTRA TAIL FEATHER!" at big premiums. [email protected] » by Jim on March 30, 2005 @ 10:39 PM # I have a set of the Wisconsin Quarter with the misprinted leafs. Coin Guide > Hobbies & Crafts > Coin Myths, Trivia & Facts > Wisconsin Error Quarters In Circulation… Look For The Extra Leaf! Above are three examples of lines created by a small crack in the coining die.
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- A person can use eBay to find a wide variety of rare state quarters and learn about the features that make these items unique.
- Off-centered coins with date and mint mark intact are more valuable than coins lacking these.
- How much attention did the extra leaf Wisconsin quarter really get?
- Years from now, will anyone be excited about owning a Wisconsin extra leaf variety?
The coin is a 2002 quarter with the astronaut in front of the state. coining history. Any info on these would be appreciated. Rare State Quarters To Look For There is definitely a difference, as though the bottom loop of the second 8 is skewed and seems to be partially filled in.
E-mail me if you would like to purchase it at [email protected] » by Jay Gladdan on April 12, 2005 @ 08:12 PM # how much are you asking for it? User Agreement, Privacy, Cookies and AdChoice Skip to main contenteBayShop by categoryEnter your search keywordAll CategoriesAdvancedHi (Sign in to bid or buy) Daily Deals Gift Cards Sell Help & Contact My Mint Investigates Flub On Wisconsin Quarter (NPRAudio) 2 Varieties Of Wisconsin Quarter Errors There in fact are 2 kinds of extra leaf Wisconsin quarters: The high leaf variety has a http://www.ebay.com/gds/Wisconsin-Error-Quarters-Collecting-Wisconsin-Quarters-/10000000001010768/g.html Thanks for your help! » by P Jones on April 05, 2005 @ 11:01 AM # Melissa You say you have a coin that's a penny on one side and is
Back to Interesting Ideas & Useless/Useful Info return to top Bored? Delaware State Quarter Error Second, there is not a shred of evidence that suggests they got there through some deliberate action. High Grade Mint Error Variety! 8319 Image 2004-D Wisconsin 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
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How many of the "error" coins exist? http://www.knightcoin.com/wi-error.htm There is no ring on the outer edge revealing copper. State Quarter Errors The second leaf is turned down. Wyoming Quarter Error It has more of a shine than the others.
totally uncirculated from mint bag. http://pdctoday.com/quarter-error/wisconsin-quarter-error-value.php The story goes that a Denver mint operator turned off a machine processing blemished coins. I was wondering if anyone would want to buy them or if they were even worth anything? » by Brianne Wright on February 17, 2005 @ 12:01 PM # Brianne: If More Coin Collecting / Rare Coin Resources: Valuable Wheat Pennies - Everyone has a few... Wisconsin Quarter Error
I have all Three and I was wondering if anyone was interested in buying them. » by Kelli on April 03, 2005 @ 04:09 PM # wisconsin flaw good kept condition The 50 State Quarters spurred lots of nationwide interest. It also has three very small letters imprinted on the bottom of Lincolns right arm and they appear to be VDB. check over here Worth anything?? » by j franks on April 10, 2005 @ 09:07 PM # Dan: Thanks for the reply on the Virginia Q.
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. Arizona Quarter Error It's just the bicentennial quarter that was minted in 1975 and 1976. On the 25 sample rounds I had struck from this die it could be seen that most of the scratches and smaller gouges were removed but the largest gouge remained.
Anyone know what it is for? » by Mary Jo on April 26, 2005 @ 12:10 PM # Sounds like a tollway token. » by dan on April 26, 2005 @
Extra LOW Leaf! 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 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 Connecticut Quarter Error High Grade Mint Error Variety! 8318 Image 2004-D Wisconsin Quarter!
quarter,anyone interested email me. » by Jason on May 28, 2005 @ 09:39 PM # I have a 1999-D Delaware quarter that appears to be silver. Mint. What does the forward stand for. this content For the latest prices, check a US coin guide book.
Slightly off-centered coins are relatively common error coins. Because each statehood pattern is minted for a short period of time (10 week average), less than normal attention is paid to the possibility of die cracking, both at the design