2005 kansas state quarters possible errors on reverse each?

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Jarksmyworld, Oct 27, 2020.

  1. Jarksmyworld

    Jarksmyworld New Member

    Hi everyone again I need some guidance and your input/expert opinions on these
    kansas quarters
    First I have a 2005 P kansas state quarter the first 4 pics on the reverse on the face to the right of the buffalos eye a big lump and above his eye a third horn ....???

    The 5th pic is a 2005 D kansas state quarter and if you look on the reverse above the top flower some type of gouges going along the curve of the flower not sure post damage or an error
    Let me know what you think


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  3. expat

    expat Remember you are unique, just like everyone else

    The mark above the flowers is where the coin has been struck by the reeded edge of another coin. The lump next to the eye could be a die chip, the horn I don't know. There is nothing listed on Wexler for a 2005 p state quarter
     
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  4. Jarksmyworld

    Jarksmyworld New Member

    First thank you for responding @expat
    I am very new to this and totally clueless
    I know I haven't been able to find anything anywhere online on either one
    So that mark is pmd above the flower?
     
  5. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    Not enough pictures!

    I agree..

    The Buffalo has a small die chip.
    Small minor issue.

    The Flowers have a hit from another reeded coin.
    Damaged or PMD.

    I was kidding about not enough pictures.
     
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  6. Jarksmyworld

    Jarksmyworld New Member

    Thank you @paddyman98
    I was like damnnn it took me 5 hours to take and upload those pictures ....lol jk
     
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  7. SorenCoins

    SorenCoins Well-Known Member

    I agree, definitely reed marks above the flower. But the horn could be a few things. It may be a die chip, distortion from a hit or from a worn die, or possibly even some slight doubling.
     
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  8. manny9655

    manny9655 Well-Known Member

    I have an MS 1921 Morgan with EXACTLY that type of bag mark. Sorry but I don't have a photo of it, but it's definitely a PMD bag mark from another coin.
     
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  9. Jarksmyworld

    Jarksmyworld New Member

    Thank you for all your replies I apologize for taking this long to reply I am in the process of moving this weekend so I got crazy busy
    Also that's what I am curious about the third horn possibly and of course what it definitely could be @SorenCoins
    How would I be able to find this out?
     
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  10. Jarksmyworld

    Jarksmyworld New Member

    I have quite a few coins I need to check into and will be doing so once I move this weekend
    So happy I found this forum and website you all have been extremely helpful
    Thank you again
     
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  11. SorenCoins

    SorenCoins Well-Known Member

    Apologies on my lengthy response time; I have been so busy with school!
    Some of the pictures really do show it in a way that looks similar to some minor doubled dies. Of course it could be a die chip. Distinguishing the two could be a little difficult. If you have closer pictures those may help show the anomaly a little better!
     
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