Judging by the circular patterns I would just say someone ground it down
My grandfather did that a lot. He always said it was cheaper to grind...
You can probably buy it cheaper from the mint directly
You can still find state quarters, so most if not all are face value. After all, most are barley if even twenty years old
I have seen plenty of way better coins from the same year, I don't see why the nickle would be any different
I guess it just depends on the seller. Some have great reviews for being honest, other have bad for being a scam
In my unprofessional opinion, either F-15 or F-12
My grandfather's cousin was a paratrooper (43-46) with two combat jumps, I am not exactly sure which specific battles he was in but I know he was...
I read what was there and came up with this. It does say 1 oz. fine silver though. So probably a proof or bullion
I am just curious, even if these coins are rare would anyone even buy them for these prices?...
It is a nice West Point mint too!
So I am no pro when it comes to errors, die cracks, ect
What do you people think?
I found this 1982 D Quarter and it look a little strange.
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