1964 Proof Quarter - strike through?

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by expat, May 23, 2020 at 11:51 AM.

  1. expat

    expat Well-Known Member

    Hi all. Putting some coins into new floppies this caught my eye. I thought at first it was a minor die crack till i put it under the scope. It looks like struck through a wire.
    It starts on the wing below the M, travels down and turns at right angles towards the I. The foto of the close up is of the coin OUT of the floppy
    What do you think? 20200331_131815.jpg 20200331_131846.jpg Annotation 2020-05-23 093054.png
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  3. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    Either that or a die crack.
  4. Mountain Man

    Mountain Man Well-Known Member

    Is it raised? have you used a wooden tooth pick to see if you can move it. It appears to be laying on top of the surface in your photographs.
  5. expat

    expat Well-Known Member

    Well, after 2 hours of very gentle probing with a rose thorn, nothing moves. When you, very, very gently run your finger over it , it feels slightly rounded and raised along it's length. So i assume it is a die crack.
  6. Tin_Man_0

    Tin_Man_0 Active Member

    What would a lamination error look like on a quarter? It kinda looks like the lamination cracked on it
  7. expat

    expat Well-Known Member

    That is a possibility also. What member here would be best to tag?
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