Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Diogenes Diaz, Apr 1, 2020.
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we're always recommended new collectors to purchase what is called a "Redbook" or "guide book of united states coins" as it will provide a wealth of information. You can find a wide variety of different types on amazon. (large print, small copy, Mega, etc)
(Flanningan designed the Washinton image, Cousins tweaked it for the 50 states)
Thank you - I will post pics tonight,--Only the JF could be seen
Here's a couple of pics
No conflict-I'm a grown man-'I reported the first four times he came to my thread just to leave message that had nothing to do with coins--I take it you send him a message too?
I..m still learning so I ask a lot of questions--but I thought that being slightly different is what makes a variety?if not what is?
Just from die usage getting worn over it's lifecycle they are all slightly different.
If you had the entire batch of coins from one set of dies (assuming they both served the same maintenance cycle) you could literally put them in batches of "early die state" all the way to "end of life die state" usage batches.
Jim's comment wasn't specifically directed at you - it was directed at everybody !
And so is this comment of mine. I've removed several posts from this thread, and done what I thought needed doing. And everybody better believe me when I say I don't have any problem with doing more if and when I think it is warranted !
Every person here knows the rules, and if you don't then I suggest you read them. Because they WILL be enforced.
Awesome post and I sure do respect you for it. If I do anything out of line feel free to get after me . This is a great place for the newer collectors to learn a lot. I remember when I started out I had a hard time learning some things such as mechanical doubling for example.
It would be good to know what years these state quarters are. The mint is constantly fiddling with the designs and this difference may just reflect a difference between two different years. If it is a change between two different years then you would want to watch the years between them to see if they had a transitional year with both varieties used in the same year.
Dresses don't have pockets. Just saying
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