State Quarter Errors List

Updated on October 24, 2019
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Value of State Quarters

There's no doubt about it: the statehood quarter program was the most publicized coin mintage of the twenty-first century. I'm sure that many of us can still remember watching commercials for the quarter program many years after its inception. With so much exposure, it shouldn't come as a surprise to hear that these quarters were the most collected mintage in United States history. In total, a dazzling 56 designs were produced in a record-breaking 10-year period.

It was a truly amazing feat, but since they were produced in such vast quantities, the majority of these coins retain very little value. Unless, that is, you possess an error quarter! Although uncommon, misprinted statehood quarters are very real, and so is their increased value! This article will outline the history of the statehood quarter program and list some well-known and valuable errors.

"In God We Rust"

Minting errors on some 2005 Kansas coins make the customary message "In God We Trust" appear to read "In God We Rust."
Minting errors on some 2005 Kansas coins make the customary message "In God We Trust" appear to read "In God We Rust." | Source

State Quarter History

Here's a bit of history and background on the statehood quarter program.

The Order of Releases

In 1999, the United States Mint began production of the 50 state quarters. Every year, five special-edition quarters would be released, each with an obverse representing a state, until a quarter had been minted for every state. These limited-edition coins were released into circulation in the same order the states came into statehood.

Changes on the Obverse and Reverse

Washington's portrait is still on the obverse of the state quarters, but some changes were made. The word "Liberty" was printed smaller, and the phrase "United States Quarter Dollar" was moved from the reverse to the obverse of the coin.

The reverse sides of the state quarters feature the year minted and one of the 50 unique state designs. The designs found on these quarters were chosen by the state governor and will never be reproduced again.

Extension: Which District and Territories Also Have Quarters?

The United States began minting an extension of the original 50 states quarter program in 2009. These additional quarters commemorated:

  • The District of Columbia
  • Puerto Rico
  • American Samoa
  • Guam
  • The United States Virgin Islands
  • The Northern Mariana Islands

Releases by Year

  • 1999: Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia, Connecticut
  • 2000: Massachusetts, Maryland, South Carolina, New Hampshire, Virginia
  • 2001: New York, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Vermont, Kentucky
  • 2002: Tennessee, Ohio, Louisiana, Indiana, Mississippi
  • 2003: Illinois, Alabama, Maine, Missouri, Arkansas
  • 2004: Michigan, Florida, Texas, Iowa, Wisconsin
  • 2005: California, Minnesota, Oregon, Kansas, West Virginia
  • 2006: Nevada, Nebraska, Colorado, North Dakota, South Dakota
  • 2007: Montana, Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah
  • 2008: Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona, Alaska, Hawaii
  • 2009: District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, United States Virgin Islands, Northern Mariana Islands

Mistakes

These 56 quarters are a great way to snag a piece of American history and appeal to beginners and experienced coin collectors alike. But, as mentioned earlier, there isn't a whole lot of value currently contained in regular mintage state quarters. Between 400,000,000 and 1,600,000,000 copies of each were minted.

Unlike the regular minted coins, those with errors are far fewer in number and have a huge demand. With the demand, values for these coins can sometimes reach up to several hundred dollars. Below is a list of the most common error coins from the collection, as well as approximate values for these rare state quarters.

  • 1999 Delaware Spitting Horse Error: Die cracking at the Philadelphia mint led to some quarters with extra metal around the horse's mouth. This extra metal looks as if the horse is spitting. Depending on the progression of the die crack and the condition of the coin, these errors can bring in anywhere from $2-20.

  • 2004 Wisconsin Leaf Errors: Coins exhibiting these errors came from the Denver Mint. These coins range in value, but currently can fetch $50-100.

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Error on the 2004P Wisconsin coin: extra low leaf on corn. A normal Wisconsin coin.There are two variations of this error: an extra leaf that's placed low, touching the block of cheese.And an extra leaf the's placed high, touching the other leaves on the ear of corn.
Error on the 2004P Wisconsin coin: extra low leaf on corn.
Error on the 2004P Wisconsin coin: extra low leaf on corn. | Source
A normal Wisconsin coin.
A normal Wisconsin coin. | Source
There are two variations of this error: an extra leaf that's placed low, touching the block of cheese.
There are two variations of this error: an extra leaf that's placed low, touching the block of cheese. | Source
And an extra leaf the's placed high, touching the other leaves on the ear of corn.
And an extra leaf the's placed high, touching the other leaves on the ear of corn. | Source
  • 2005 Minnesota Double Die & Extra Tree Errors: There are a lot of errors associated with the Minnesota reverse. Values range from $10–300+.
  • 2005 Kansas "IN GOD WE RUST" and Humpback Bison errors: Values really vary with these errors, but sometimes can reach up to $100.
  • 2006 Colorado Cud Errors: Cud errors (an unintentional bump caused by a dent in the die) on the reverse side of the quarter can be viewed at the three o'clock position along the inner side of the rim. These quarters were released by the Philadelphia mint. Depending on the size of the cud, these quarters can fetch a value of $5-$35.
  • 2007 Wyoming Double Die Reverse: This lesser-known error was minted in Philadelphia and sometimes can be hard to spot with the naked eye. With magnification, varied doubling around the saddle horn can be seen. Values for this error are unknown.
  • 2008 Arizona Extra Cactus Leaves: Die breaks caused extra leaves on the Arizona Reverse. Values vary, but coins are generally sold around $10-20.
  • 2009 District of Columbia Double Die Reverse: Some quarters minted in Denver exhibit doubling on the "ELL" in "ELLINGTON." With this variety, a greater degree of doubling translates into higher demand, but the market for this coin is still too young to solidify any general value.
  • State Quarters on Nickel Planchets: These odd coins can show up in any year, but seem to be more common in the first year Delaware, Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Georgia coins. Accidentally struck on Nickel planchets, these coins are slightly smaller than a regular quarter. Error coin diameter size = 21.2mm. Regular quarter size = 24.3mm. Values for these coins depend on condition, but can reach well over a thousand dollars.
  • Other Errors: There are many different errors that have shown up in almost every year of mintage. Some of these errors may include die breaks, off-center striking, planchet clipping, die cuds, grease strike-through errors and missing layers. As the market is still fairly young, values for these types of errors will vary greatly but could be worth $5-300+ depending on what you have.

Examples

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Arizona State Quarter Broad Strike Error. Reverse. I found this coin in circulation. Arizona State Quarter Broad Strike Error. Obverse2001 North Carolina Missing Clad Layer Error. Photo Courtesy: coinpage.com1999 New Jersey Clipped Die Error. Photo Courtesy: coinpage.com1999 Pennsylvania Off Center Strike. Photo Courtesy: coinpage.comStrike Through Grease Error. Photo Courtesy: coinpage.com
Arizona State Quarter Broad Strike Error. Reverse. I found this coin in circulation.
Arizona State Quarter Broad Strike Error. Reverse. I found this coin in circulation.
Arizona State Quarter Broad Strike Error. Obverse
Arizona State Quarter Broad Strike Error. Obverse
2001 North Carolina Missing Clad Layer Error. Photo Courtesy: coinpage.com
2001 North Carolina Missing Clad Layer Error. Photo Courtesy: coinpage.com
1999 New Jersey Clipped Die Error. Photo Courtesy: coinpage.com
1999 New Jersey Clipped Die Error. Photo Courtesy: coinpage.com
1999 Pennsylvania Off Center Strike. Photo Courtesy: coinpage.com
1999 Pennsylvania Off Center Strike. Photo Courtesy: coinpage.com
Strike Through Grease Error. Photo Courtesy: coinpage.com
Strike Through Grease Error. Photo Courtesy: coinpage.com

Fun Fact

New Hampshire prominently featured their famous Old Man of the Mountains for their design. This facial profile, created by nature, collapsed only two years after the quarter was released.

State quarter errors are by far the most valued quarters of the statehood collection, but they're also much harder to find. Don't let the odds overcome you, though! With billions of these quarters minted, there's always a chance one of these valuable errors will find its way into your pocket change! Keep a sharp eye out, and never give up on searching. You could have a valuable state quarter error sitting around right now, but if you never look, you'll never know! As always, thank you for reading this article on state quarter errors, and good luck with your coin collecting endeavors!

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      I got a 2000 Massecheuttes quarter missing the copper out of the center . Looks like a void in the middle. Is it worth anything..... 

      10 days ago

      I found in pocket change

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      Amber Holder 

      13 days ago

      I have a 1923 dime with Lady liberty on one side is it worth anything.

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      andy lee 

      2 weeks ago

      i have a 2006 west virginia state quarter that is missing its rolled edge what might it be worth

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      Eric jablonowski 

      2 weeks ago

      I have a 2001 Kentucky mint error no reeds and flattened face and horse, verified through Dempsy & Baxter coun broker, I don't see this anywhere online.

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      John Steger 

      4 weeks ago

      Most of my state quarters are made inDenver, the Phillys I have, witch are just a few are offset on the reverse, but not on the front. Just started saven them pretty cool. Something to start on this winter here in Montana.

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      Mill 

      4 weeks ago

      I have found a cracked 1980 pa mint quarter. There are cracks all over the front and back side....these worth anything?

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      Joseph stallone 

      4 weeks ago

      I have a 2009 Wyoming Quarter with a ghost image surrounding horse and cowboy, also from S in states to L in Liberty there is a line that looks on one side higher metal

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      Maggie 

      5 weeks ago

      I found 2 Delaware 1999P error coins.

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      Kathleen 

      5 weeks ago

      I have a 2007 Idaho quarter that is thinner than other quarters. Is this an error? What is it worth? THANK YOU!

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      Mike 

      6 weeks ago

      I have a 2000 p Virginia in god we rust quarter does anyone know the value

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      LoneWolf 

      7 weeks ago

      I have a 2015 state quarter the is not the rite color and it's got a broken die make a double chin and reverse is double die and the date is messed up

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      Casey 

      7 weeks ago

      I found a 2000 D Maryland Quarter that is missing the clad in the obverse and reverse side. Can anyone tell me what it's worth?

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      Timothy Wayne Johns 

      2 months ago

      I have a Connecticut State Quarter on Obverse side the charter oak is tipped at between 10 and 15 ° (degrees) ant the last 8 on the date 1788 the top loop of the 8 is filled not open, there are many other misprints on the Obverse.

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      Timothy Johns 

      2 months ago

      I have a Co

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      Moodygrl 

      2 months ago

      Someone told me I would go to jail for having a penny 1974 penny that I have is that true? And why exactly it's my penny finders keepers. See a penny pick it up I was always told. Isn't much to it full ugly penny so they have be confused about state Quarter. Idk much about coins but I know there's a trash can near by if there right.

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      Esther 

      2 months ago

      I got 3 1944 wheat pennies. & one. 1918 wheat. & 1944s wheat. What are they worth

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      Peter 

      2 months ago

      I have a Minnesota state quarter with serious mint problems (yes mint mark is Philadelphia). A large lump appears on George's neck (think cancerous growth). The background on both sides are pocked like sand got in between the die and the planchet. I posted images on Facebook and am auctioning it on eBay.

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      S smith 

      2 months ago

      In 2000 I had a New Hampshire state quarter on the back side it was stamped several times. It is out there somewhere I accidentally put it in a pop machine still regret that was wondering if anyone else has a coin like that

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      Morgan miller 

      2 months ago

      I have a 1977 quarter with the "p" stamped into the president's hair/low neck area and it's almost 180 degrees rotated in the wrong direction is this heard of before

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      Connor 

      2 months ago

      I have a old Kentucky home state quarter but it is upside down on both sides they don’t match when turning the coin

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      Kristi justice 

      2 months ago

      I have 2006 buffalo quarter with a line directly in the middle of the back of the coin cutting the buffalo in half!!! Please help me with this.

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      steven wynn 

      3 months ago

      i have a 1999 pennsylvania state quarter missing around 8 letters on the front including the mint matk makes 9..Has anyone seen one of these and anu idea if i have that special high dollar error quarter??

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      Robyn Williams 

      3 months ago

      I have 2002 Louisiana quarter that has Condederate flag cut over the original Louisiana Purchase

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      Rick 

      3 months ago

      I guess my quarter has about as much cents as a wooden nickel!!!

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      Robert Reece 

      3 months ago

      Love to show my Wisconsin quarter. Smooth edge all the way around. Also looks like the color had a grey tint to it.

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      Ethel Bennecoff 

      3 months ago

      I don't understand why do I only mainly see questions. How can I see the answers? Are most unanswered?

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      Broglin 

      3 months ago

      I have a 2019 Lowell quarter that appeas to have a missing clad layer on the reverse side. Prisinte conditon.

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      Hane 

      3 months ago

      I have an Idaho State Quarter with the following digits engraved or stamped into it: 1/4 NOTES

      Is this a mint error or is someone damaging the coin?

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      Joan Mccraw 

      4 months ago

      I have a 2015P Delaware quarter Bombay hook where the bird standing looks to have something hanging from his mouth. Has anyone heard of this?

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      Yolanda 

      4 months ago

      I have a 1999 Washington New Jersey state quarter, Denver mint that has In God We Trust on the obverse side with the word “”In” above God We Trust. This quarter has many errors, one for example has the face and the word liberty smudged out. Do I have a rare and valuable state quarter?

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      Aaron hall 

      4 months ago

      I have a lot op penny’s plus the state quarters from 1999 too 2005 just missing 2001 in the red box’s.. herd they were 90” silver I have a few coins all 90” silver dollars 50 cents pic quarters dimes. Just learning about em don’t no much but I thank i van find one worth something. Thank you.....Aaron

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      Bryan 

      5 months ago

      II have a role of 2008 Hawii quarters with the last two letters of Hawaii missing

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      Lucas 

      5 months ago

      Reading your article reminded me of a coin I found a while back! It's a 1999 Georgia quarter that has the same coloring as the Sacagawea dollar coin! And with some digging, I discovered that it's possible that an experimental planchet was used when they were trying figure out what to use for all of the state quarters but ended up going with what we have now! The alloy, come to find out, is called "manganese"! What I was wondering is if it would be possible that you can give me a roundabout estimate on how much it would be worth it would be worth because, as is, I don't make enough money to risk spending it on having it appraised and then not having it be worth anything! So.. maybe if I can get a roundabout estimate from you it would be Much appreciated! If not Thank you anyway!

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      Wheeler kirk 

      5 months ago

      I have a statehood quarter that is stamped on the heads side but nothing on the tails side it weighs 5.4 anything none about it

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      schnaider 

      5 months ago

      i have an alaskan quarter with an extra claw, how much does it cost?

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      William k patrick 

      5 months ago

      I have a 2009 lincoln log with a die crack on the right side buy the log. Its a big die crack. Thanks

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      Christy Dunlap 

      5 months ago

      I was given a 1942 quarter and a bicentennial quarter at the same time in change when i bought something at the gas station. I noticed the sound difference clinging in my right away. They're both in excellent condition. I have them of course. Who would use them even if they aren't worth anything. I haven't looked yet because it's my luck they're not anyway but it's the history.

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      Wilma K Henre 

      5 months ago

      I have a 2000-D Virginia State Quarter, it has a few die scratches. One is under Washington nose. The one main thing I seen was UNITED STATES OF AMERICAN, In UNITED the UNIT is very lightly struck. I did not see that one on the list. The (IT) can almost not be seen.

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      Dawn tolliver 

      5 months ago

      1985 dime missing the in and we. Also the tops of letters LIB with weird halo over head. Anybody know much its worth?

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      Demar 

      5 months ago

      I have a 1982 quarter the date of the quarter is in the presidents neck they are connected there is no spacing does anyone know what a quarter like this will be worth

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      Frank 

      5 months ago

      I have a 2018 quarter that weighs 5.2. is this normal

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      Shane 

      6 months ago

      I have a double die kisatchie quarter could anyone tell me what it might be worth

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      benny may 

      6 months ago

      I have a 2001 Rhode island quarter with bubbling and missing letters on front of quarter is that common error

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      Penny Morrison 

      6 months ago

      Heritage Auctions is the best website to find out everything you need to know. You can get your coins and bills graded. You can auction them off or sell them outright.

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      ruanch@comcast.net 

      6 months ago

      I have a 2007 state quarter no date on front On back is the date U S Virgin Islands it is a little larger than a regular size quarter is it worth anything???

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      Steve 

      6 months ago

      I have a 2001 North Carolina statehood quarter. It's inscribed," IN GOD WE TRULY!!

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      Ace 

      6 months ago

      I have a quarter with double printed year on it it says 1776 and 1976 and chipped at the side.

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      David 

      6 months ago

      I came across in 1967 Washington quarter are on the front and reverse a piece of the wing is missing look like it melted off the top and it's on the bottom for the wing

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      Johnnyboy81 

      6 months ago

      I have a 2016 harbor ferry with a heavy doubling in date, quarter dollar, in god we trust I mean it just has a heavy double die and I cant find it any Im trying to figure out how to post a picture now

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      Booknerd 

      7 months ago

      I have the in god we rust Kansas quarter but if you look hard enough you can see the t. does this still count???

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      Larry Westbrook 

      7 months ago

      Yes I have two the first one is 2005 Oregon purple looking on reverse & normal look on obverse the second one is Maryland heavy scratching in that area where the date goes & that’s on reverse obverse has one long scratch from neck to United taking the u out of place.

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      Paulsnyder1989 

      7 months ago

      2009d district of Columbia ddr error coin i can not seem to find anything on this thing iys driving me crazy!

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      Kelly 

      7 months ago

      I have a Delaware's Wetland misprint the side with George Washington head is not there there is no writing on the front with the birds which is curious on price

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      Robin 

      7 months ago

      I have a 2008 Alaska 1959 state coin which has no detail on the bear. It seems to be just an outer sketch of the bear plus two very small dots indicating the eyes, it does have the extra material making up the 6th claw, BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY, THE OUTSIDE PERIMETER HAS ABSOLUTELY NO RIDGES. IT IS SMOOTH, SHINY AND HAS A COPPER COLOR ROUNDING THE HEADS SIDE AND SILVER ON THE STATE SIDE. It seems thicker around the perimeter, yet smaller in size than a regular quarter, tho it may not be. Has ANYONE seen a quarter that fits this description?

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      georgesedares 

      7 months ago

      I have two Delaware spitting horses-nice. An Illinois with a vertical spear thru Lincoln's fore arm- very nice. 5 or 6 each or Alaska bears multiple toes. Several Kitty Hawk planes with die cracks thru the wings. Anny interest ?

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      Jeff 

      7 months ago

      Did the 1935 d penny have the Lincoln memorial on the tail side

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      Eamm 

      7 months ago

      I have one ned to find someone that know mor aboutt it got mor con to

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      Peggy 

      7 months ago

      Have a 1980 quarter,looks like a 1 in between the 8 and zero in the date.Looks kinda like this 19810

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      Irishkarma 

      7 months ago

      Hi I'm big into the state quarters errors and I have many that I have yet to publicize very unique ones today I found the 2008 Hawaii quarter with multiple cud errors very nice coin IN God We Trust the D is filled in the U in trust i filled and the W in We is filled alsoin the word Liberty the B is also filled the quarter itself doesn't look to be to warn or to circulated very nice any thoughts on value

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      Gil 

      8 months ago

      I have a 1999 Connectiout Quarter that saith In God Trust ?

      The We is Missing ?

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      I have a buffalo nickel with 

      8 months ago

      I have a buffalo nickel looks like a groove in the hind quarter is it worth anything?

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      Barbara scott 

      8 months ago

      I have a quarter with UNITED STAPES OF AMERICA IS IT WORTH ANYTHING

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      Woody 

      8 months ago

      I have a1972 kennedy half. The word LIBERTY the one i have the L is completely not there no marks at all what is its worth i'm willing to sell

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      Mike 

      8 months ago

      I have 2003 on the 1836 the 6 is a upside 9

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      Patti 

      8 months ago

      I have a 2015 New York that has what looks like extra metal on the front and back... distorts the images.

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      John Àhrens 

      8 months ago

      I have a thick 1995 d quarter that is thick but weights 5.65 grams it would not work in machine that got my attention?

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      Unknown 

      8 months ago

      I have a 1999 Delaware double sided strike error on the back about 30% of the quarter is blank around the outside and on the front the print is only superficial with a 100% super faded print that feels like it’s not even there

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      Isa 

      8 months ago

      How can I get an expert examined a coin I just found. Want to know if it’s valuable

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      butch w. 

      8 months ago

      I have a tennesee state quarter with the music page corner that is turned up. easy to see with naked eye.

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      Charl 

      8 months ago

      I have a coin a 1981 united states what is the value in south atrica

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      Steven Roberts 

      8 months ago

      I have a quarter dollar 2008 D Arizona but on the reverse side its upside down

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      Chris 

      8 months ago

      I have a 2007 wiscoin quater that black and weight 4.7 gram what that mean

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      Sal 

      9 months ago

      I have a quarter 1999. With a big bump

      In the front. Small one on the back.

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      Shittu kudus 

      9 months ago

      I have one with the one that states in God we rust 1998 how much does it worth

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      Adam 

      9 months ago

      I have a Connecticut state quarter that has the same error as the Kansas state quarter in God we rust has anyone else heard of that

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      Professor Pickles 

      9 months ago

      I have a quarter missing the "U" in united states

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      David 

      9 months ago

      I'm sorry the mistake is in the part of the artical " mistakes" first or second sentence where the word " corn " is used in place of " coin" I was just wondering if that was to see if any one would spot it?

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      Mperfekt 

      9 months ago

      I found a 2007 D Washington Quarter Off center strike error coin and want to find out where to get it graded and priced if anyone can help send me an email mcsherrouse7@gmail.com

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      f.lock 

      9 months ago

      I have a 2000 quarter that has the flag on it in the background, and when it is rotated to the right or left it reflects another picture.

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      Matt 

      9 months ago

      I currently possess a quarter with https://share.icloud.com/photos/0fBPcXceC3eiUy7C2t... the states seems to be a misprint does anyone know about this coin?

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      Diane 

      9 months ago

      I have a 2003 quarter that is a bit larger than normal also it doesnt have quarter dollar on it ,it has head quarters.

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      Tina Freeman 

      10 months ago

      I have a quarter with three circles on the obverse side of it

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      b. warren 

      10 months ago

      I have a Tennessee quarter where the the music book bottom corner of the page is turned up. Is it a new error?

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      Eva Holdbrooks 

      10 months ago

      I have a 2000 South Carolina state quarter with a stamping error. Is it worth money mint condition?

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      Dan 

      10 months ago

      What is the value of a 2017 Iowa quarter with missing clad on both sides

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      Steve 

      10 months ago

      I found a 2016 Denver quarter with three D ( ddd) mint marks under the r in America

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      AJ 

      10 months ago

      I have a quarter that’s is 2 tone copper and silver

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      Don taylor 

      10 months ago

      I currently have a 2002 Indiana quarter seems to have been ground off or whatever not quite sure I would like to send pictures to someone let me know what this error is.

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      Martha Lewis 

      11 months ago

      There appears to be multiple types of errors on this 2003 Alabama State quarter; a broken clip clawed oval upper R obverse, clad pushed back show the copper on obverse side, flat misshapen rim all the way around, dots and scratches on Helen's face making her appear to ha three eyes using a jewlers loop, a deep waffle line top to bottom on front showing through to backside, doubling on the name Helen Keller (?),

      I am a novice who is captivated with this hobby. I'll try to find an email for you on this site so i can send you of both sides. Sounds crazy i know, found it in circulation a month or two ago.

      Thank you for you time and consideration,

      Martha

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      Diamond miller 

      11 months ago

      Just discovered 2003 Alabama

      Commertive helen Keller quarter with extra eye

      Is it valuable

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      Dylon 

      11 months ago

      I have a quarter with a bubble in it us tgat common ?

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      Jeremy 

      11 months ago

      Found a 2005 D quarter with a hole in it

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      Pennie Lira 

      11 months ago

      I found a 1999 P Delaware state quarter pooping horse with a die crack from tip of hoof to the letter B (e pluribusunum)

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      2003 state quarter 

      12 months ago

      The word God appears to start with C instead of G

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      Jay 

      12 months ago

      In possession of a 2000 south Carolina quarter that to me appears to be mis struck. Curious as to possible value. Seems to have less material in it

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      Sherry Lee 

      12 months ago

      I have a 2002 Tennessee state quarter with a striking error. Its mostly blank but does have enough to see its Tennessee state and 2002. I got this in my change from a small store in Alabama. It was strange so i researched it but cant find any Tennessee state quarters with a reported error. I would like to have it looked at so i will know if i am owner of a valuable error quarter. Thank you.

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      Rod 

      12 months ago

      I have a 2018 quarter that shadows feathers on washingtons hair

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      Alex 

      13 months ago

      2$ bill ptin1970 any value

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      Kathy 

      13 months ago

      I have a 2008 New Mexico D state quarter...on the obverse side there is a ring mark that at the top, ring is almost at bottom of state name goes clear around to bottom just under the year and goes back up to the top..i can not find in any errors lists..can you help? Thanks

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      Sunshine 

      13 months ago

      I have a 1999p Connecticut quarter that says N god we rust (missing I in IN AND T IS MISSING IN TRUST) also on the reverse of the coin where it says charter oak oak is very dull almost cant see thr word entirely. How much do you think this is worth n what type of error would this categorise in.?if anyone knows any answers to these questions I would greatly appreciate it also I have a 1992 close am penny for sale if anybody is interested I have no idea where to go to get rid of it I've called you a couple local coin places but they're not willing to give that much for it and I'm not wanting that much it did take me a hole 2 years I'm searching to find 1 and I still can't believe I did

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