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Mike Moloney
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1999 SBA Dollar Cap on a Struck Georgia Quarter

I especially like SBA and Ike Dollar errors. This cool major mint error is a SBA cap on a struck Georgia Quarter. This coin is much neater than my 1979 SBA on a struck quarter. There are several reasons why this is one of my all time favorites.


This is only one of two known obverse SBA caps. The fact that it is also an off metal double denomination (struck on a struck GA Quarter) makes it an even cooler coin. The reverse shows a brockage of the obverse and it is very expanded as it struck many blanks.

Im a serious collector and have been collecting error coins since the late 50s when I first spotted a 50% O/C Lincoln with a mirror brockage reverse. I just had to have it. My next purchase was 2 O/C Standing Liberty Quarters for $60 each. Those were the good old days.

However its still a lot of fun to collect error coins as there is always something new and the hunt is never finished. As I mentioned my main interests are SBA and IKE Dollar Errors. Feel free to e-mail me if you are offering anything spectacular.

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