Hey, I just opened a roll of quarters and while checking the rims, noticed a coin that didn't look like clad, I assumed it was either silver, or a canadian I pulled it out and it was a 2000-P Virginia state quarter! It seems very strange, I have never seen one like this before, there is no copper visible on the edge, I am wondering what type of error this might be? Is the clad just covering the copper or is it made out of the wrong material? Any help or insight would be great. I will post a couple pics, but I could not get my phone camera to focus on the edge of the coin. Sorry!