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02 Jun 2021

Weird Quarter

Coins | user_90456

I was hunting through my silver quarters today and found this weird 1963 d quarter. I tried to find a matching error but coins not find one. Do you think this is post mint damage or an error. It also slightly shows the same thing on the Y, E and bottom of the R in LIBERTY. Hope someone can help. Thank you!

Comments

Mike

Level 7

Were is the picture of all the silver?

If you say it's on a lot of letters, I'd say doubling.

Mal_ANA_YN

Level 4

Way to hard to tell from just one photo.

Long Beard

Level 5

At first I was leaning towards the coincidental, perhaps it was a die chip getting struck.

Kepi

Level 6

Pretty cool! Looks a bit like doubling to me. Thanks for sharing it! ; )

I. R. Bama

Level 5

Try again, sometimes the website is a little funky.

Mike

Level 7

Bring it to a dealer. And you can post as many pictures as you can. . 90456 that's allot of silver bricks bars how do you have that .? Y the way but the book cherrypickers

user_90456

Level 2

$1300 melt value is not that much

Longstrider

Level 6

I vote for a retained cud.

Golfer

Level 5

Looks like doubling to me, but I am no expert. Keep us posted on if you find out more. Should be other examples?

user_46126

Level 3

how much silver do you have. a pic of it all would be cool.

user_90456

Level 2

I have about $1.3k worth of silver i can take a picture and put it on another blog.

user_46126

Level 3

could be, but kinda looks like post mint damage. but that is just my opinion.

I. R. Bama

Level 5

It kind of looks like a bit of doubling. I would have liked to have seen the coin in its Entirety. Also the other letters. How about a couple more pictures for us

user_90456

Level 2

Sorry the blog thing would only let me post one picture on the blog besides the R is where it is shown the most;

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