Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Cynde, Mar 6, 2023.
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Also, please show the Obverse of coin. Thanks!!
What do you think it is? Then maybe I or someone else can help you.
then I would hazard a guess it is a large die chip, modernly known nowadays as an Interior Die Break…IDB. The quarter is a ‘65, the first year of release of clad coinage and has fairly moderate wear. IDB’s do not have much of an added premium even in better condition coins…imo…Spark
It looks to be a Die Clash of Washington's nose.
Cool but nothing major.
Looks more like a scratch.
I thought Interior Die Breaks are very rare?
I believe it's just a simple die clash as I stated.
Mushy details, reverse lettering is at the edge, eagle breast looks too pronounced.
Reverse edge has lip at 10 & 2 o'clock positions, looks very suspect.
Ed, I agree with the clash. The IDB looks to be riding high on the wing so it may have started with the clash. A better close-up would help but probably a moot point…imo…Spark
What is this called?"
Environmentally damaged (color of coin) and heavily circulated quarter.
I have no idea how to post a new thread but I have a very weird mint mark on an 1878-s Morgan dollar. Lots of pictures taken with microscope for coins. No idea how to upload them?
Pictures please. Start your own thread or you might not get help.
Here: Go to error section. Up top at right. Click "New Thread". Then title it and start typing in the body of message. When done, click "upload File". Then find your file and click "Open". wait for download and Click "Full Image". It may take some time as the website is "turtle slow" right now. Then click Post Reply.
I did not see that until your overlay, so thank you very much. I am new at this and i thought it was a cool error I could show my grandkids, it helps knowing what kind it is. Thank You so much
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