2014 Virginia quarter

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  1. Keepright

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  3. ldhair

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    I'll trust you. Is there something you need to ask about it?
     
  4. Keepright

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    This looks like it has to faces.some really weird images to.could some one tell me is this possible.
     

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  5. Keepright

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    Yes but I'm not shore how to ask.
     
  6. Keepright

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    I've come across some really strange coins.and don't want people to think I'm crazy.lol
     
  7. ldhair

    ldhair Clean Supporter

    You can't be as crazy as I am. You need images of the whole coin and they need to be in focus. With that you can get good answers to your questions.
     
  8. Keepright

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  9. Keepright

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    Ok I'll do that
     
  10. Clawcoins

    Clawcoins Well-Known Member

    Looks like a Quarter to me :)
     
  11. Keepright

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  12. Keepright

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    Here are some better pics.
     
  13. Clawcoins

    Clawcoins Well-Known Member

    looks like someone took a torch to it
     
  14. Keepright

    Keepright Member

    That's what it looks like but there was no black stuff to wipe off.
     
  15. Clawcoins

    Clawcoins Well-Known Member

    Maybe someone wiped it off before you ?
     
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  17. Oldhoopster

    Oldhoopster It seemed like a good idea at the time.

    The obverse (front) suffered some type of environmental damage. There's a lot of nasty stuff out there and if it stays in contact with the metal surface for awhile, it can cause all kinds of color changes. Generally, these don't wipe off.

    As you continue to look, you'll find lots of discolored coins. Nearly all of them are due to environmental damage. There are a few specific error like missing clad layers and improper alloying that can occur, but these are rare and hard to find (Like the Lottery, someone wins, but it's not going to be me or you). Pay attention to the links that people post regarding errors and varieties. You can learn a lot from these
     
  18. Keepright

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    Thks for the good information.I'll do that.
     
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