State Quarter Errors List

Updated on October 6, 2018
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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 exposure of such a massive level, 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. That is, unless 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

History

The Order of Releases

In 1999, the United States Mint began production of the 50 State Quarters Program. 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 order of which they 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 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 comprised:

  • The District of Columbia
  • Puerto Rico
  • The 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 experience corn collectors alike. But, as mentioned earlier, unfortunately, 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 were minted of each.

Unlike the regular minted coins, ones 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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      Sal 

      5 weeks ago

      I have a quarter 1999. With a big bump

      In the front. Small one on the back.

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      Shittu kudus 

      5 weeks ago

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

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      Adam 

      5 weeks 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 

      7 weeks ago

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

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      David 

      7 weeks 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 

      7 weeks 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 

      7 weeks 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 

      7 weeks 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 

      8 weeks 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 

      2 months ago

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

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      b. warren 

      2 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 

      2 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 

      2 months ago

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

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      Steve 

      3 months ago

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

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      AJ 

      3 months ago

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

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      Don taylor 

      3 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 

      3 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 

      3 months ago

      Just discovered 2003 Alabama

      Commertive helen Keller quarter with extra eye

      Is it valuable

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      Dylon 

      3 months ago

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

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      Jeremy 

      3 months ago

      Found a 2005 D quarter with a hole in it

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      Pennie Lira 

      4 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 

      4 months ago

      The word God appears to start with C instead of G

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      Jay 

      4 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 

      4 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 

      4 months ago

      I have a 2018 quarter that shadows feathers on washingtons hair

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      Alex 

      5 months ago

      2$ bill ptin1970 any value

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      Kathy 

      5 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 

      5 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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      Jennfer 

      5 months ago

      I have a Ohio quarter with a misprint of the year it’s suppose to be 2002 and it’s print says 200

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      Karen King2283 

      5 months ago

      I found a 2009 D American Samoa quarter has an error but not quite sure what type? I have searched for error of its kind and not finding any info. If you are interested in seeing a photo I can be contacted at karenking.okda1526@gmail.com

      Thanks

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      Zach 

      5 months ago from Colorado

      It's hard to say a value, especially without seeing the coin. You might want to take it into a coin dealer in your area to have them take a look at it!

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      Lucas 

      5 months ago

      I NEED HELP PLEASE! I resently found a 1999 p Georgia struck on an experimental manganese planchet in Really good condition! (Right Size, Wait and Color) Wondering how I can go about getting it Authenticated and Grated considering that I don't have any money to go about the process!?!? If somebody can help me I would be extremely appreciative! My E-mail is foolkofy@gmail.com

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      Anthony Azusenis,in Galveston ,TX. 

      5 months ago

      I have A new Mexico state quarter,where the stamping came out very light on the right back side almost smooth! What is it worth?

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      Debora 

      6 months ago

      I have a 1999 Georgia one and the error is not aligned. Washington is right side up and back is up side down.

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      Joseph 

      6 months ago

      1988 Washington quarter with a copper face?

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      Donna Nichols 

      6 months ago

      I have a 2004 Denver mint Texas quarter that is copper is it worth anything

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      Johnny 

      6 months ago

      I have a 2002 Indiana Quater with a large lump on the presidents neck has anyone seen this before

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      Marlon nunes 

      6 months ago

      I have a 2003 25-cent piece above Helen Keller name there is Braille is that rare

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      Nick 

      6 months ago

      I have a 2015 Delaware coin. There is that circular indention on both sides of the quarter. On the heads side the circle goes through all the lettering on the head side.

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      titus 

      6 months ago

      I have 2009 quater columbia.

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      Abraham Jimenez 

      6 months ago

      I found this site through your videos 'and its a great site.thank you for letting me use it. its been very informitive.......thank you...........

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      Tony Groce 

      7 months ago

      HELP!! I am looking for 2000 P Alaska and Hawaii state quarters. Anybody know where I can purchase 2 sets of each? Thanks!

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      Josh 

      7 months ago

      I seem to have a 2005 Oregon quarter 1855 D crater lake missing the word organ on the top and it's also completely smooth can anyone help me out.

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      David 

      7 months ago

      2008 oklahoma quarter,but it has a rust color,any ideas ?

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      Theresa 

      7 months ago

      I have a South Carolina quarter with a copper ring. Is it normal?

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      Issaandmarley 

      8 months ago

      I have a 2000 P New Hampshire quarter that has a pewter looking color. What does thay mean. The "e" in God we trust is very hard to see.

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      Duanne edwards 

      8 months ago

      I have a quarter dollar liberty 2001 with copper edges was wondering wat it would be worth roughly

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      Maria1987 

      8 months ago

      I found a quarter that is 2004 Wisconsin it has the leaf up and leaf down but the odd part is I was looking it up as the front side with the cow cheese ear of corn etc that whole side is in color like painted but perfectly like stamped on painted? Then I find I am reading about the extra leaf and it being rare but it’s P not D?

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      Mickey2487 

      9 months ago

      I have an in god we rust 1999 Connecticut quarter it also has errors on the reverse side and I can't find any information about it

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      Billy Gill 

      9 months ago

      I have a lot of old coins that I ask Google and the answers don't tell me what I want to no . But I have a few coins that looks like the ones I see that they have and a pawn shop tells me that they are worth $13 and I don't believe them.

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      10 months ago

      I found a Vermont quarter that is stamped with 2003 and it’s supposed to be 2001 . Has anyone else heard of this ?

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      Matthew Cunningham 

      10 months ago

      I found an Indiana Quarter where some of the cladding is missing. Is this common or is it worth looking into?

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      Timothy Webb 

      10 months ago

      where can I go to get my error pennies look at and quarters

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      10 months ago

      I have a Kansas state quarter error that says "IN D WE UST".

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      RoscoePCoaltrain 

      10 months ago

      I have a Gem Mint S Proof 2009 Northern Mariana Island Error Quarter. And was wondering if anyone else could maybe give alittle feedback..

      I've only seen like two posts on another site. The errors on the one that I have look to be double die Obverse and what looks like two possibly three die cracks also Obverse. Any comments would be appreciated, thanks

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      Brians 

      10 months ago

      I have a Pennsylvania 1999 State quarter missing the first 9 or there like a shadow of the first 9

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      Yvette mancillas 

      11 months ago

      I havecac208 s new Mexico quarter that's not silver but it's avproof

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      Melissa 

      11 months ago

      How about a quarter with a buffalo o the back

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      Codered 

      11 months ago

      Mictho ive been collecting errors how do i contact u

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      Kelly Ray 

      11 months ago

      I have a 1998 D Quarter where as the 1 is missing in its Place is the Same letter on Reverse in United the 1 in The date is the Letter I and its off centered

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      KT 

      11 months ago

      I have a 2002 P Tennessee quarter that has been printed onto another coin. Or vice versa...anyway im still working on what the other coin may be. I havent had luck with hearing any other such error, so im kinda on my own here.

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      Kurt Allen stranne 

      12 months ago

      I have a state quarter with two big bumps on the wings in the back of the coin

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      Joshua 

      12 months ago

      I have a 2007 off center stamp quarter where can I go for info on it

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      Alan ridenour 

      12 months ago

      I have found a south carolina state quarter that has a s for the mint stamp all others has P or D

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      mictho 

      12 months ago

      if anyone is interested in selling any odd quarters please reach out if you can take photos. email.

      thanks

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      david cummings 

      12 months ago

      I have a 2005 Minnesota 25 cent with extra tree but the interesting error is the duck is showing a looks like a fish in the beak

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      Darla ancelet 

      12 months ago

      I have 1999 Delaware Quarter that is stamped on one side only!

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      joe 

      12 months ago

      I have a 1999 new jersey quarter dollar that's dipped in gold on the front and silver on the back. I have not been able to find any information on this.

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      Alsx 

      12 months ago

      I have a 2000 State quarter for Massachusetts that has the edges rounded with no indentation. Wondering if this stamp is rare?

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      Howard p 

      12 months ago

      I have a 2016 quarter with nothing on the front at all just the back. Im confused. Does anyone know about this coin??

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      Tonia Martin 

      12 months ago

      I have a 2000 p. Virginia state quarter some of the rim is bent in. Looks like it was made this way how much do you think it could be worth?

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      anthony jefferson 

      12 months ago

      Hi im here with a crazy find i have a 2002 1817 mississippi quarter i believe is a one of a kind the metal is very different i need help with figure it out thanks

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      Rcorley81 

      13 months ago

      I have a South Dakota quarter that has a die error. At least it appears though. Looking for feedback

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      Kim 

      13 months ago

      I have a Massachusetts, state coin it appears that Washington is sneezing, on the back its not cut all the way and no ridges on the side of the coin also thicker than a regular Quarter. Can anyone tell me if its worth any thing?

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      Jimmy Backus 

      13 months ago

      I love old and rare coins.

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      CHARLES SLAKAN 

      13 months ago

      I HAVE An AZ. State quarter and unless you knew there were supposed to be initials under the cacti, they are for all purpose gone.

      BUT that's not wanted to talk about. I WANTED TO TALK ABOUT THE SMALL GOLD DOLLARS. Let me see if I can find that topic.

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      Zach 

      13 months ago from Colorado

      Gary,

      I'd be interested in seeing pictures of the coin.

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      Gary j 

      13 months ago

      I have a Delaware Error coin that I've never heard about the reigns stop middle of horse's neck and make a z front of saddle missing and horse's back missing same spot could use help

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      Pins0444 

      13 months ago

      I have a 2008 State quarter (AZ) with a raised edge and no mill marks. Is this a proof coin or what?

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      Kp 

      13 months ago

      Does anybody know anything about a 2007 Wyoming quarter that is thicker and the Bronco and rider and writing beside them appears worn off.

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      bob c 

      14 months ago

      I have a 1999 Connecticut quarter in good condition but it has no edge knurl. Any value?

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      Corbin D. 

      14 months ago

      I have a 1976 dime that on it the "in God we trust" and the date look a bit too low. Part of the "we" in "in god we trust" is cut off and I was wondering if this is worth anything and how much it is worth.

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      Jim Alex 

      14 months ago

      I have a 2008 Arizona Quarter, extra cactus ("cud") over the second 0. Not first or the 2. Only one of its kind I have found thus far.

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      Ken c. 

      15 months ago

      I HAVE A 2007 MONTANA STATE QUARTER. IT HAS A RAISED EDGE AND A COPPER RIM MIXED WITH THE SILVER. IT IS ALSO THICKER THAN A NORMAL QUARTER. IS THIS FOR REAL?

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      Calvin Adams, 

      15 months ago

      I have a 2000 New Hampshire quarter with out a mint mark on. I thought the only 2 mint marks on the state quarters were P and D. Am I wrong.

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      Carole sheppard 

      16 months ago

      What do you know about henney coins?

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      Chante 

      16 months ago

      I have a 2005 Kansas liberty quarter dollar how can I get it sell for $100

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      Dennis Walker 

      16 months ago

      I have a 2008 New Mexico state quarter that looks like its made of cooper. Is this an error? And what might it be worth?

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      Randy Hinkle 

      16 months ago

      I have a 2007 Utah State quarter, it has a SMOOTH edge with thick raised rim on both sides. I would say with 99 percent sure it has not been worn. I have read many reasons but none seem to be a reason for this type edge. Any info would help?

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      ShellionessOne 

      16 months ago

      I have a Wisconsin state quarter that I was looking closely at to see if there was an extra leaf. While not finding a leaf I did notice some repetitive pattern on the cheese block that isn’t on any of the other ones I have. I looked everywhere on the internet to find a similar occurrence so I’m wondering if I have a rare error of some kind. Can I post pics on here?

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      Anthony Cantey 

      17 months ago

      I have a 1999 quater with Heading.. New Jersey with1787 under it. With people on a boat. Croossroads of the Revaluation

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      17 months ago

      This site is very knowledgeable and the information is accurate. I have a lot of error quarters and I also have a small bucket of mostly European coins. I've got coins from all over the world and some of them are old. I have some German coins from 1875 they are inn very good condition. I even have coins from India, their square.

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      Jerry B Robertson 

      18 months ago

      The "In God We Rust" error is also on some of the California quarters. I guess they used the same obverse die on several state quarters. There's a Cal version on eBay right now.

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      kevintrussell1@gmail 

      18 months ago

      ive been collecting error coins and have found some really cool coins for example i have a Lincoln penny missing nose and mouth but i recently came across a florida state quarter which i thought to be silver compared to an exact replica silver quarter only to find it was not silver what kind of value would you put on this error

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      shae 

      18 months ago

      I have a 1989 silver penny and a penny that looks with a clear bubble like part stuck to it

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      Kevin 

      18 months ago

      I have a 2005 California quarter. It has a copper ring on the out side of quarter. Having trouble finding info on this error.

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      denise 

      18 months ago

      hi, is the vermont 2001 quarter dollar supposed to have the head inverted, meaning the trees on one side ok when you turn coin over the head is upside down?

      thanks

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      Shane duncan 

      18 months ago

      I have had a Vermont quarter that I thought someone painted it but I just realized it had no clad either side new in coins what should I do with

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      Joanne Bingham, Alberta 

      18 months ago

      I have an In God We Rust KANSAS quarter

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      Doug Rez 

      19 months ago

      I am wondering if anyone can tell me about a silver quarter I have. It is a 2001 Kentucky new series quarter from the san Fran. mint- but it is pure silver , was wondering if it was minted in silver for any special reason.

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