Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Marie909, Jul 4, 2020.
, ear hollow just a loop, how did this happen? My guess it was polished out? Is this common?
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The same seller has it listed on eBay. Note the price change.
EDIT. There's more listings. One for $150 on eBay. Personally I don't think it's worth more than a few dollars but to each his/her/their own.
Why should there be any premium for something so minor? ~ Chris
So your answer is that there is no monetary value over .25... I don't know the answer to your question (see how I answered that without being a smart*ss?)
BRAVA! I'll say that I wouldn't OVERPAY for one but I think it's a nice example of an over polished and over worked die, so I'd keep ONE as an example. ( But then I collect the mechanical failures )
Those prices are insane.
IMO the same would apply to anyone paying those prices.
Yes they would.
minor die polished quarters in circulation than there
are collectors who want them.
That applies to the vast majority of common, mainly minor,
die polishing - because it's so common and minor in most cases.
Yes, it's an educational coin to see what die polishing
does to a die, and I congratulate the OP for spotting it
during their search, but as others have said, it is an
educational coin only - no numismatic significance or value.
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