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31 Jul 2021

Top 5 Error/Varieties!

Coins-United States | thatcoinguy

Hello fellow YNs and YNH!


Here is a list of my top 5 favorite kooky coins! Enjoy!


#5: 1982 No Mintmark Dime! This is one I am always looking fir while roll searching. It is easy to detect with no magnification, and it's cool to speculate how that happened/which mint it came from!


#4: 1965 Silver Quarter! This one is just so cool. Some of the silver planchets got stuck in the minting bay before they get stamped, and got stamped with a 1965 date! This one is awesome, and comes with a VERY hefty price tag.


#3: 1944 steel cent! Ever since I saw this one on Pawn Stars, I have fell in love with it. It looks awesome (as all steel cents do), and the the rarity of this Error makes it one that I would love to have in my collection.


#2: The 1955 doubled die obverse! A big money coin, for a big error coin. That DDO is easily noticed without magnification, and it looks so darn cool. Most DDOs are not very separated, but this one is!


#1: The Sacagawea/Washington Mule! The coolest variety EVER! Just look at previous sales prices, and that proves it. I was also looking at the action records, and couldn't miss that "Tommy Bolack" bought, like, half of them. Any info on this guy?


Keep collecting,

thatcoinguy.


Comments

I. R. Bama

Level 5

Those are all interesting coins!

Golfer

Level 5

I want the last one. Sacagawea/Washington mule ! I need to start looking more seriously. I may be missing some good stuff.

thatcoinguy

Level 4

No kidding! That would be one profitable roll search.

Kepi

Level 6

Fun blog! For me the 1955 DDO cent! ; )

CoinHunter

Level 5

Nice blog! I really like coins struck on the wrong size planchets, for example a quarter struck on a nickel planchet.

CheerioCoins

Level 3

Nice Blog! I really love the 1965 Sliver Quarter and Sacagawea/Washington Mule

thatcoinguy

Level 4

Me, too!

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