Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Gecko99, Jan 23, 2020.
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Die Chip. Worn Die strike issue.
Die Chip also.
Both are common. Nothing major.
It's really not a significant error. Just a minor struck through grease issue. Folks on ebay turned nothing into something. It's called marketing.
That issue should not have any kind of premium.
I know I just think it would be fun to have a quarter that says IN GOD WE RUST.
At this point wouldn't you call it a variety?
As a serious mint error specialist? NO!
The day I see one of those IGWR Quarters attributed by a TPG.. I will quit Numismatics!
I guess that military types might prefer "IN OD WE TRUST". ~ Chris
If you look at the 55 poor mans DDO it is considered a variety, yet it is only die deterioration. My point is that depending on how many were struck before the debri was either cleaned or fell out of the die face. Some of these as quirky as they are do become a variety. Another example is the 1952 winged D. These are all considered errors, yet at the same time a variety. Whether or not the TPG's slab them.
Not saying that the IGWR quarter should be admonished.
Lets look at the 22D no D. Dies 1,3,4 all were created from a grease filled die.
The no D is labeled by the TPG's as a variety.
When I see it on the cover of CoinWorld magazine or see it being sold by Fred Weinberg then maybe I will change my view about it
@paddyman98 I actually accidentally found a 2005 "IN GOD WE RUST" quarter. I literally just glanced down and there it was!! I have been searching for a few months now ever since I found it existed. Im so happy!! (sadly the first T in TRUST is slightly visible)
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