2003 D - Illinois Quarter Dollar Bubbling Lamination?

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by dc_ivester, Nov 13, 2022.


Error or post mint damage?

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  2. Post Mint Damage

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  1. dc_ivester

    dc_ivester New Member

    Hello all,

    This is my first post, I have a question regarding a possible error or maybe post mint damage on the obverse of my coin.

    Like the title says, it’s a 2003 D - Illinois I found roll hunting and I can’t find anything specific on the anomaly. Some sources said possible heat damage, but I don’t see any charring or stark discoloration. Other sources said it could be contaminants on/in the metal during minting.

    I’ve attached 3 photos of my coin, any help and information would be greatly appreciated!

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  3. ifthevamzarockin

    ifthevamzarockin Well-Known Member

    Welcome to the forum! :)
    Looks like it might be glue on the coin. ;)
  4. paddyman98

    paddyman98 I'm a professional expert in specializing! Supporter

    Yup.. Dried Adhesive on the surface.
    Not a Mint Error :yawn:

    Whoever chose mint error in your poll is wrong

    Welcome to CoinTalk
  5. PamR

    PamR Well-Known Member

    Hi, welcome to cointalk. These guys are pros but I can honestly say I’m a pro with this kind of coin. I alway say, tampered with. Glue gun. I have posted some of these when I started here. Sorry but good luck looking.
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