Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Perry Art, Jul 7, 2020.
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A quarter should weigh 5.670 grams +\-.
unless it's missing a clad layer, then it's 4.67
unless it's missing that plating, then it's 4.67
It may be. Can you post a picture on a scale?
"Just Because It Looks Like something doesn't mean it is" posted to me , from you, RE: what I thought "Looked Like" Ribbon die clash. I'm A Quick learner! lololol
It isn't Toned , Or Damaged, The Imprint is Good. The rim is still plated from the obverse..... i'm gonna get This Looked at. thanx
Let us know ASAP!..
And now I'm going to sleep.. I don't lose sleep because of anyone here on CoinTalk!
@paddyman98 is correct. Clad coins contain 3 distinct layers that are pressed together, there is no plating involved.
A missing clad layer exposes the copper core. There wouldn't be any silver coloration as is present in your coin. If you can see 3 distinct layers in the edge, that will confirm you don't have one
Boy I enjoy those type of coins
Not feeling this coin
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