2004 Wisconsin State Quarter Error

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by ShellionessLove1, Jan 19, 2018.

  1. ShellionessLove1

    ShellionessLove1 New Member

    Hello all, I see these markings on the cheese they look like a dotted slice. I would like to know if this is a never seen before mint error or post mint error and what type of value if it is mint error. I have looked and looked and nothing at all. Never believe why I ask you all this question. I’ll tell you once I hear the responses
     

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  3. Kasia

    Kasia Got my learning hat on Supporter

    It is a bag mark. Hit by the edge of another quarter.
     
  4. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Doubled Die.. Not Double! Supporter

    We have seen many like it.
    PMD - Post Mint Damage
    Worth - 25 Cents
    Not a Mint Error.
     
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  5. Willysilver

    Willysilver HEADS UP

    U know nickels by any chance
     
  6. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Doubled Die.. Not Double! Supporter

    Remember willy.. Don't hijack another persons thread ;)
     
  7. lordmarcovan

    lordmarcovan Eclectic & Odd Supporter

    This.

    I've also heard marks with this look referred to as "reeding marks", because they were made by the reeding on the edge of the other coin.
     
  8. ShellionessLove1

    ShellionessLove1 New Member

    Wow believe it or not that’s the best news I’ve had all year long lol. I was asking because a month ago I told my 10 year old she could go get some of my coins that were in the already looked at batch. She went to the right batch but that quarter somehow made it in there because I could not find it anywhere. The luck I’ve had over the last two years (NOT) I just knew it was gonna have some value somehow lol. Thank goodness!! I love you all already thank you so much. Now I’m going to post another thread about some pennies I have that are pretty dang good I think....I’m new at this only about two months or so but I have been studying and researching and I have grown to really enjoy this. I have really advanced as far as what I’m looking for and my favorite thing to do is opening the rolls of coins I get my hands on. So far I get excited about pennies but nickels are my next favorite. Not too much into dimes and quarters should I be? If so why? Thanks to every last one of your replies. Ttyl
     
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  9. Kasia

    Kasia Got my learning hat on Supporter

    Yes, and 'contact marks', etc. So many colloquialisms to describe the 'cause' of or identify a type of damage. Basically a coin to coin misadventure where one coin has been cut into by another coin via force and chance happening. Those coins tend not to be nice to each other in transit, especially in large bags that cause movement and can have force behind them in handling. Though, theoretically, it could have happened at the mint in the bin, where another quarter ejected from the machine could have hit just right to leave a mark. But still PMD as once ejected, any damage is 'post mint'. In this case it can be established by its short staccato appearance and the somewhat distinctive look of the marks that it was a reeded edge of a coin that hit it. And most likely that was another quarter.
     
  10. cpm9ball

    cpm9ball Cannot Re-Member

    Please keep in mind that not every error is worth money. If only one person is interested in it, it may only be worth a few cents over face value. The only time common errors can really jump in value is when there is more than one bidiot chasing it.

    Chris
     
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  11. ShellionessLove1

    ShellionessLove1 New Member

    I completely understand that the errors aren’t always the money catchers. I just love the chase and it’s fun looking at these coins lol. I’m not so interested in Dimes and quarters as much as I am with nickels and pennies. Should I be more into them? I just can’t stand looking at them for too long because I never find anything except maybe an off center or filled in mint mark.
     
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