Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Juggalo, Sep 15, 2019.
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I have seen quarters that resemble what you have called "improperly annealed planchet". I don't know enough about this to say if that's what you do or don't have. Check the replies by @Fred Weinberg and @Oldhoopster to this topic on this site: https://forums.collectors.com/discussion/1022463/improperly-annealed-2019-w-quarter
Post clearer photos and include some showing the edge of both coins.
Could it be toning? I have seen some modern quarters tone grey and black before. Have a photo of one somewhere that has a dark black/blue toning on it. Have to see if I can find it.
Please don't mistake that comment for suggesting this is a satin finish. It, like the majority of coins you will find, are likely not satin finishes, but just toned or environmental damage.
No worries, I didn't think they were satin. I was referring to the forum link Thomas posted above my initial post which their opinions suggest a planchet issue. Thanks for double checking.
Here's a photo of another one with a comment by Fred Weinberg below the photos: https://forums.collectors.com/discussion/1022463/improperly-annealed-2019-w-quarter
Wow So after reading that thread and the links in it, it is making me wonder about the quarter I found. I have never seen a coin tone quite like this before or since.
That is just toning right?
@Fred Weinberg about this. He buys and sells error coins. His email address is Fred@FredWeinberg.com
First you have to verify whether it is or is not a improperly annealed planchet.
....the coloring isn't right at all. It's 'toned' with another coin
or something laying over the 'brighter' area.
And, from what I can see in the OP's coins, they're just dull.
They are NOT satin finish strikes or issues.
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