Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by lincolnhoardr, Jun 30, 2009.
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Is that the correct weight?
That is my guess.
2007 D Wyoming Quarter Planchet Error?
I work in vending and I found a 2007 D Wyoming quarter in a change machine that appears to be missing the copper on the edge as well. I'm wondering how common it is. I found a loose silver proof state quarter the same way but it is obviously silver and has an S mint.
There at least 2 such coins out there.
Yes, with a tolerance of +/- .23 grams. So 5.9 grams is within tolerance for a plated normal state quarter.
I have the same quarter
I have a 2002 Indiana State P minted quarter with the exact same thing. I have had it for some time because I have looked around and I couldn't find anything on it. Let me know the report on it because I have another one.
You wasted some money there pal.
It's too light for silver and too heavy for clad which means it's just a plated coin.
They did the exact same things for the State Quarters.
Might as well have sent one of these in for grading:
where is that popcorn thingy?
And the OP ain't been seen hereabouts for over two years........
its struck on a expiremental planchet
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