Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Itiswhatitis, Sep 20, 2019.
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They were produced at all 3 mints.
If your coin truly has the letter S and it's not just something that looks
like an S, it was put on after it was minted, either intentionally or accidentally.
There's no premium for this. It's a quarter.
The mint marks from 1932-1964 were on the reverse at the bottom, 6 o'clock. Since then, mint marks are on the obverse to the right of the hair tie.
On your coin someone probably stamped an S there for some reason.
same "S" on another room
Based on the photos of both, only, it's probably
a counter-stamp of some type.
Looks incuse to me.
Some guy named Sam , punched a S into that coin. Or was it Syl
Its appearance doesn't seem to be consistent with the rest of the coin (the 's').
Yes it does now that you mention it.
Separate names with a comma.