Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Martin Nix, Apr 17, 2019 at 7:15 AM.
Is this the rare one?
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Define rare in this case. What one are you wanting it to be?
It is a well worn and damaged example of a common quarter. You have 1 of over 1,800,000,000 minted
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For some reason there's a YouTube video stating there's rare 1965 quarters in pocket change. Some video looking for Likes, Views and stuff to make money on some fake information.
We're seeing more "rare 1965 quarter" postings lately it seems.
And no Mint Mark means it was minted a the Philadelphia Mint
Weren't the years 65, 66 and 67 the 3 years where there were no mint marks on any coins, to try to get a handle on people hoarding coins? It caused a coin shortage in the U.S. from what I've read. Please correct me if I am wrong. Thank you
What else ya got Nix?
Probably.. I don't know everything
I assume the video talks about
1965 Silver Quarters.
Yes in 1965 1966 and 1967 none of the US coins had mint marks.
But they were produced at all 3 mints.
You Tube coin videos are click bait half truths and misinformation.
But they are entertaining at times...kind of like watching The Price Is Right.
No, it's well done, & likely tough. Rare would be bright red in the middle, juicy & tender.
I may be wrong, but I think OP was asking about the quarter and not a steak.
No, he was asking about "rare". You're not that Alert!
Tell us about the silver ones Fred. Or is that a mith
Damn. Its good friday
Yeah a 1965 steak would be tuff anyway you cook it.
You are correct. None of the coins had mint marks, regardless of which mint struck them.
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