Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Amberalaska, Feb 12, 2019.
I would like to hear your opinions about this quarterty
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Before you go off on this being a ghost 9 under the 8, tell me how it can happen at the mint.
It's just some anomaly that is in that spot.
You have a normal 1989 Quarter. Not minted over another coin.
I can see how it would intrigue you, but I suspect it's just a random mark from circulation. The coin has a number of such marks, and it looks to me like one just happened to end up next to the 8 like that.
There’s a lot of chatter on that coin, and the brain tries to make sense out of what it sees. I can see what you are pointing out but am leaning PMD over perhaps a minor minting error. I’ll bet though if you listed it on eBay as a “potential” die shift or doubled die, it would sell for more than 25 cents. TC
Looks like a scratch
Looks damaged to me. It's not raised but cut into the coin like a gouge.
I’ve never sold anything on eBay though u are correct and perhaps I’m just looking too hard and seeing s**tuff lol ty!
I was prematurely excited about that one lol
Hello, i have a coin similar with my 54 jefferson nickel. Sumthing behind the date? But havent got feedback.lol good luck with your coin.
Why thank you
I find that when I drink tequila I have the greatest collection of error coins and doubled dies.
Well that explains that!
I’m not 100% but it looks like you just posted your photos in a photo album type space. You will get better responses if you actually create a thread.
What do u mean chatter? I seriously thought that this was my first error coin found on my own lol! My dad gave me the bug
Chatter is another word for marks on the coin. It could be from other coins or other objects that hit the coins surface causing scratches or dings on the coin that takes away from the coins overall appearance.
Ok thank you n good looking out.... Itz highly appreciated
Am i doing this right? If not thankz for your patience. Im sure ill get it?
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