Is it for real! Quarter heads ov and rv?

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Mark68, Sep 22, 2019.

  1. Mark68

    Mark68 Active Member

    Found a quarter Weight 5.42 grams. With heads on both sides. Is it real or fake?
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  3. old49er

    old49er Well-Known Member

    Fake not possible in the minting process
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  4. Mark68

    Mark68 Active Member

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  5. old49er

    old49er Well-Known Member

    Fun and interesting non the less. I have a double head 1932 I carry as a pocket piece.
  6. Mark68

    Mark68 Active Member

    Guess Brinks is having fun with me. One roll had a penny in it. Then found this.
  7. TyCobb

    TyCobb A product of PMD

    I would be super happy to find one in a roll. Better than any parking lot coin and it only cost 25¢
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  8. Mark68

    Mark68 Active Member

    Looks like the 1978 side was added.
  9. old49er

    old49er Well-Known Member

    Hi, just research the minting process and protocol for striking coins and you can learn alot about mint errors.
  10. cpm9ball

    cpm9ball CANNOT RE-MEMBER

    It's called a "Magician's Coin". From your image, I can see the seam on the '78 side between the field and the rim. It's not the best job. I can clearly see where too much of the rim was removed near the date. If it is performed properly, you would really need a microscope to detect the seam.

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  11. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    It's a real quarter that was made into a fake 2 headed coin.
  12. MatrixMP-9

    MatrixMP-9 Supporter! Supporter

    Youd think a magician (for most tricks) would want the same date on both sides. Im not into magic so I dont know.
  13. 2manyhobbies

    2manyhobbies Active Member

    Looks like it was fairly well done,But yes a fake. Indicators are 1 different years,2 bottom of the date cut off,3 sadly it's a double headed coin. Almost impossible to happen. Yet there are a very few examples of an actual double headed/double tailed coin.
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