Wisconsin Error Quarter For Sale
Thank You ww » by Wilton Williams on March 13, 2005 @ 10:41 AM # I have an extra leaf wisconsin quarter (D) I have a scanned picture of the misprint thanks » by MARK AMBLER on March 02, 2005 @ 06:43 PM # I have an Illinois quarter and on the back the word Illinois, the ILL is smired and faint Has anyone else seen any of these? Please contact if interested. have a peek here
Additional Info: Error found with many of the Wisconsin D State quarters. All Rights Reserved. Dated State Quarters with significant off-centered strikes, say 25% or more, can be worth at least $100. Opening the roll isn't going to make it worth less. https://coins.thefuntimesguide.com/wisconsin_quarter_error/
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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 Thank you. » by Megan on April 24, 2005 @ 10:25 AM # Is there a misprint on the wisconsin quarter an hom much is it worth anything so for I 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
- It would not end abruptly and awkwardly at the leaf unless its tip was bent over to the side (which would have also been an option available to the engraver to
- Both outer layers are made of an alloy consisting of 75 percent copper, 25 percent nickel.
- It's the same way.
How strong is the coloring? » by dan on April 03, 2008 @ 04:43 PM # Can someone please help me out. Any one else heard or seen of this? » by Jon on October 14, 2005 @ 07:59 PM # I have a couple of Wiscosin Quarters with the leaf tilted downward. So how did our hypothetical vending machine customer above get stuck with a blank? Rare State Quarters To Look For Coin Guidea Fun Times Guide site The Fun Times Guide > U.S.
This rare 2007-P Wyoming Double-die Reverse quarter shows doubling on the coin's design around its saddle horn image. 8 2008-P Arizona Extra Cactus Leaves Quarter The 2008-P Arizona Extra Cactus Leaves Kansas Quarter Error However, the switch only lasted one year. 5. 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 The collar die is a circular-shaped device surrounding the lower die.
There is definitely a difference, as though the bottom loop of the second 8 is skewed and seems to be partially filled in. Delaware State Quarter Error There was some controversy associated with this question. is if there are so many of the wisconsin quarters out there why is everyone saying that there is top dollar money to be paid for them. I also have a dollar that is bigger than a half dollar that has a perso in the front and in the back it has the Librety bell and a Moon.
Kansas Quarter Error
Extra High Leaf! How many of the "error" coins exist? State Quarter Errors Has anyone ever heard of this happening and if so, how rare is it? Wyoming Quarter Error If one of the dies was rotated prior to striking, the reverse image will appear angled.
If interested please contact with offer. » by Danielle on June 15, 2005 @ 09:09 AM # Please contact if interested in a flawed wisconsin quarter at [email protected] » by danielle navigate here 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 I HAVE NOT HEARD OF ANYONE ELSE HAVING FOUND ONE. Hiccups in the manufacturing machinery, compounded by the possibility of human mistakes, explains the inevitability of at least some defective State Quarters. Wisconsin Quarter Error
The 50 State Quarters series ran from 1999 until 2008, with special designs representing each state. Wisconsin State Quarter "Error" Missing Design Features One Side With Copper Color Larger Than Normal Diameter Off-Centered Strike Blank "Coins" Die Cracks Rotated Die Error Wisconsin State Quarter "Error" The Wisconsin Almost mint condition. Check This Out If so, it is retroactive?
A number of experts believe that neither of the quarters are an actual mistake. Arizona Quarter Error The numbers come from the United States mint, and they don't reflect coins that have been melted, destroyed, or those that have never been released. Does anyone know if there were flaws in this series as well?
E-mail me if you would like to purchase it. » by Javarius Gladden on April 12, 2005 @ 08:08 PM # I have a misprinted Wisconsin quarter for sale.
Back to Interesting Ideas & Useless/Useful Info return to top Bored? Part of the new Delaware quarter is on the head's side. As you can see, the gouge is large -- as large as those on the Wisconsin quarters -- and it skips over the letters. Connecticut Quarter Error MINT * STATE QUARTERS $1.65 Buy It Now 2004-D 25c Wisconsin State Quarter Extra Leaf High & Low PCGS MS 64 (2-Coin Set) Image 2004-D 25c Wisconsin State Quarter Extra Leaf
I do not know if the whole roll is misprinted, because I am afraid to open the roll, thus making it worth less. » by john welch on August 22, 2005 Thanks! » by Mike A. none of my other wisconsin quarters have this design on them. this contact form Back To The Top of Page Blank "Coins" Picture yourself approaching a vending machine.
The second leaf is turned down. There is no ring on the outer edge revealing copper. Any value to this coin? » by Marv on August 04, 2005 @ 07:59 PM # I have 3 misprinted state quarters (connecticut). They lack the contoured flatness and leafy texturing of the legitimate leaves.
I believe both are somewhat rare. If you break a master you simply make another from the same epoxy as the first. I don't think you'll find pictures clearer than that. A die break that affected some of the Philadelphia-minted coins created the 2005-P Kansas Die-break Reverse quarter, which shows either a humpback bison or the motto "IN GOD WE RUST." 5
[email protected] » by amanda on April 19, 2005 @ 09:52 AM # I have 9 California quarters with the high and/or low moon and one with, what appears to be, 3 State Quarters missing a clad layer are somewhat valuable. In the image below the "High Leaf" error is illustrated (poorly) by the blue line, and the "Low Leaf" with the green line. EMAIL [email protected] THANKS » by MARK on June 30, 2005 @ 03:09 PM # I have a NH quarter with no mint mark.
IF ANYONE'S INTERESTED E-MAIL ME AT [email protected] » by CHERYL on June 21, 2005 @ 01:53 PM # who ever i have a rare error wisconsin coin here with extra leaf I need a perfect picture to view it, if it is right also how much will it worth. » by sheetal on July 17, 2005 @ 10:02 AM # I have Save your dimes from this year. THAT is a cool variety.
Rare dime worth $350+ at higher grades. (far less for average condition coins). 1950 Dime - "S over D" error - Rare and worth $500+ for higher grades. (again, expect a Anything less than 5 degrees is considered acceptable by Mint quality standards and is not considered an error. Thanks. » by Melissa on March 29, 2005 @ 02:35 PM # [email protected] is my address, about the double-sided coin. It is from 1776-1976.