2006 South Dakota Quarter

Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Mary Neely, Dec 8, 2022.

  1. Mary Neely

    Mary Neely Active Member

    Roosevelts image has two errors under his mouth. Is this worth anything?
     

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  3. Burton Strauss III

    Burton Strauss III Brother can you spare a trime? Supporter

    25c

    It's a beat up circulated quarter.
     
  4. Morgandude11

    Morgandude11 As long as it's Silver, I'm listening

    25 cents. Badly damaged quarter. Spend it. No mint errors.
     
  5. Mary Neely

    Mary Neely Active Member

    I’m sorry but if it is damaged it is an error by the mint. No way could that be caused by damage
     
  6. Burton Strauss III

    Burton Strauss III Brother can you spare a trime? Supporter

    Bye Felicia... you asked our opinions and don't like the answers. Another for the ignore list.
     
    Last edited: Dec 9, 2022
  7. AdamL

    AdamL Well-Known Member

    Post mint damage.
     
  8. expat

    expat Remember you are unique, just like everyone else Supporter

    You have been a member here for nearly 5 years, and have been given links to sites enabling you to learn about how dies are made and the minting process. I suggest you re-read them, if you read them at all, and try to work out how this damage could occur at the mint. Once you start to enlighten yourself you will be able to answer most of your own questions. Not all miniscule anomolies are mint errors, far from it.
     
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  9. Mary Neely

    Mary Neely Active Member

    Funny you should say that. My daughters name is Felicia.
     
  10. Oldhoopster

    Oldhoopster Member of the ANA since 1982

    Well tell her goodbye from the some of members at CT. People have been helping you on a number of questions over the last few weeks. And the consensus answers have ALL been correct.

    So You're saying it must be a mint error because its damaged. I'm very sorry, but that is one of the most ridiculous and incorrect assertions I've read on this site
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    FYI, there are countless ways for a coin to be damaged after it leaves the mint. Do you look at the other posts on this site? Damage after damage after damage questions every day. In order for it to be an error or variety, you MUST (notice the cap letter emphasis) be able to explain how it occurred during the minting or die making process. But you managed to pop in with no proof or explanation telling everybody that they're wrong. So would you please explain the rational for your statement and/or tell us how this occurred during the minting process?

    Time for another addition to my Do Not Respond list (except to call out any obvious mistakes that could confuse new collectors who want to learn). I've said this numerous times on other posts. As a kid in the 70s I would have killed to have access to a fraction of the info you now have. Sorry, but you just ruined an amazing opportunity. Best of luck moving forward.
     
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  11. Morgandude11

    Morgandude11 As long as it's Silver, I'm listening

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    Wrong Answer. (Buzzer). No soup for you!
     
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  12. Mary Neely

    Mary Neely Active Member

     
  13. Clawcoins

    Clawcoins Damaging Coins Daily

    Roosevelt looks so happy
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    but what about all the other areas I marked in red ?
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  14. expat

    expat Remember you are unique, just like everyone else Supporter

    Mary, whenever there is a consensus of replies to a subject here, you can safely read it as the correct answer. To give our time, freely, to help new collectors understand some of the complexities of this hobby, is something we gladly do for the future benefit of said hobby and to encourage you and all newcomers to start researching the basics. The basic understanding of the minting process and how dies are made automatically rule out a lot of anomolies from being errors or varieties. Reading and research are also very worthwhile ways of biding your time, and having the added bonus of you then being able to assess your coins, which then leads to you becoming able to then help other newcomers, paying forward the knowledge you have acquired.
     
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  15. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    Those two marks are damage.
     
  16. Oldhoopster

    Oldhoopster Member of the ANA since 1982

    [But what about all the other areas I marked in red ?
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    The incused lines are scratches from circulation. There are also a number of circulation contact marks and a couple of minor die chips. Technically, the die chips are errors, but they are relatively common on recent Quarters and are small so they add no additional value.
     
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  17. Clawcoins

    Clawcoins Damaging Coins Daily

    I was inferring to the OP that those 2 marks under the mouth were not the only marks on the coin. There were a bunch of other marks all over the place.
     
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