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World's Greatest Mint Errors Published

An enjoyable resource packed full of some of the most dramatic, rare and extraordinary mint errors...

Foreigners in the Mint

The United States Mint struck coins for foreign countries starting in 1833...

PCGS Certifies Unique German Gold Obverse Die Trial Strikes

It is amazing that after 500 years, this set of gold Die Trials remained together, intact and preserved in gem mint state condition...

PCGS Certifies Unique Standard Silver Pattern

This discovery coin was struck without Barber's initial on the ribbon...

NGC Certifies Unique Great Britain Crown Young Head Silver Die Trial

NGC recently authenticated and certified this unique Great Britain Silver Crown Die Trial Piedfort Pattern...

Unique Great Britain Proof Pattern Mule

This piece is the ONLY known certified example and the ONLY known piece as well...

Great Britain Britannia Proof Gold Mule

There are only 3 known authenticated and certified obverse mules on the Britannia Proof Gold Coin Series from Great Britain...

Unique Ethiopia Double Struck Gold Mule

All gold mules are rare and this mule is unique for several reasons...

A Summer Error Update

Overall the error market has been good...

Rare Sacagawea Dollar Mule Is Among NGC and PMG Collectibles in Long Beach Auctions

The rare and distinctive mint error combines the Sacagawea Dollar reverse and the Washington Quarter obverse...

Unique Great Britain Queen Elizabeth II Crown Trial Strike

This is a unique Crown die trial strike (1957) for preparing the copper-nickel Crown for Queen Elizabeth II in 1960...

Belgium Silver 50 Centimes Mule

The reverse die is dated 1899 but was incorrectly muled with an obverse die dated 1907...

Lincoln Cent Double Denomination Mint Error

It is the first year that dimes were struck in the clad composition and this is in demand in the 11-cent series...

1900 Indian Head Cent Multi-Struck 20% Off-Center On A Silver Dime Planchet

This unique and spectacular mint error was intentionally struck at the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia...

1882 Shield Nickel Struck On A Cent Planchet

This Shield Nickel was struck on a bronze planchet that the U.S. Mint intended to use for the production of Indian Cents...

Prices Realized in the August 2019 ANA Heritage Auction

The following mint errors sold in the August 14-18, 2019 ANA World's Fair of Money US Coins Signature Auction...

NGC Certifies Unique U.S. 25˘ Feeder Finger From The Denver Mint Grabener Press

This is the only known full-size feeder finger for any U.S. denomination that has not been struck by coin dies...

An Exciting Collection of Major Mint Error Coins

I wanted to share some exciting error coins with the readers of Mint Error News...

Unique Set of Mexico Proof Pattern Mint Errors

This is a unique, incredible and dramatic set of 5 proof pattern mint errors...

Legendary Wrong-Planchet Rarity Sells in Heritage Auction at FUN Show

The 1943 bronze Lincoln cent is listed among both the 100 Greatest U.S. Coins and the 100 Greatest U.S. Error Coins...

NGC Counterfeit Detection: 1954-D Quarter (Counterfeit Second Strike)

This coin is real, but the second strike error is not...

Unique Netherlands Gilt Cardboard Pattern

Most cardboard trials are struck on just one side, but this one is made like an actual coin...

Unique Mated Pair of U.S. Currency Errors

These $5 1950 notes stayed together during the entire printing and production process...

Mint Errors Featured in Upcoming ANA Heritage Auction

The following mint errors are featured in the August 2019 ANA World’s Fair of Money Heritage Auction...

Unique Civil War Merchant Token Mule

This famous unique Civil War merchant token as been in some of the world’s finest numismatic collections of Civil War tokens...

Prices Realized in the June 2019 Long Beach Heritage Auction

The following mint errors sold in the June 6-9, 2019 Long Beach Expo US Coins Signature Auction...

NGC Certifies Unique Great Britain Lead Die Trial

This unique die trial has a thickness of 5.69mm and was encapsulated in an NGC holder that is twice as thick...

A Collection of Bicentennial Washington Quarter Mint Errors

I wanted to share some Bicentennial Washington Quarter Errors with the readers of Mint Error News...

Martha Washington Reverse Die Used To Strike 1 Cent Experimental Test Pieces For U.S. Judd #2180

There is only one other known Martha Washington Die in private hands...

Pittsburgh ANA 2019

There were a few impressive error coins on exhibit at the show...

NGC Certifies Rare 1943 Copper Cent

Fewer than two dozen Philadelphia Mint examples of these famous mint errors are known to exist...

Another "Off-Metal" World Coin Struck on a Different Country’s Planchet

This type of major error is exceedingly rare, but in this case I consider it to be unique...

A Unique Great Britain Guinea/Sovereign Pattern

Recently surfaced after 200 years...

Washington Quarter Struck 70% Off Center on a Clad Layer Uniface Reverse

I bought this coin thinking that it was an off center statehood quarter that split after striking error...

2007-D SMS Dime Obverse Die Cap

In 2007 a batch of rare major error coins came out of the Denver mint...

A Unique Great Britain Mule

It is a proof-only date and even rarer as a mule with the threepence obverse...

NGC Now Certifies and Encapsulates Cancelled Dies

Here's how to submit these impressive numismatic collectibles to NGC...

Prices Realized in the April 2019 Central States Heritage Auction

The following mint errors sold in the April 2019 Central States (CSNS) US Coins Signature Auction...

NGC Certifies Unique Two-Tailed Off-Metal 10 Cent Euro

The only known 10 Cent Euro struck with two reverse dies and is off-metal on a chrome plated iron planchet...

More San Francisco Mint Off-Metal Errors

I wanted to share some more San Francisco Mint Off-Metal Errors with the readers of Mint Error News...

PCGS Certifies Two-Headed Off-Metal Russia 50 Roubles

Should Be Struck in Gold and in Proof...

Baltimore Coin Show Report, March 2019

Overall, we were pleased with the Baltimore show...

NGC Grades Mistakenly Released Reverse Proof Cent

The coin was not supposed to be available to the public until mid-April...

U.S. Lincoln Cent Overstruck by Bolivian Dies

A unique error that is both dual country and a double denomination...

PCGS Certifies Ike Dollar Struck Off-Center on Taiwan $1 Planchet

The coin was close to the size of a quarter but lacked the clad layers...

ICG Certifies 2019 Silver American Eagle Major Struck Thru

There is extended plastic free floating in the ICG custom slab...

NGC Certifies Unique Mint Canceled Martha Washington Quarter Test Strike

Newly redesigned Martha Washington dies were used to strike test pieces at the United States Mint in 2011 and 2012...

Prices Realized in the March 2019 Denis Burger Collection of Crowns and Mint Errors Heritage Auction

The following mint errors sold in the March 2019 Denis Burger Collection of Crowns and Mint Errors...

NGC Certifies & Encapsulates Unique Pair of Mercury Dime Dies

This is a recent discovery of a unique pair of 1935 Mercury Dime obverse and reverse dies from the Philadelphia Mint...

A Collection of San Francisco Mint Off-Metal Errors

I wanted to share this group of San Francisco Mint Off-Metal Errors with the readers of Mint Error News...

NGC Certifies Unique Great Britain Proof Gold Pattern

This unique gold pattern portrays a new portrait of Queen Victoria on the obverse...

Error Coins in 2019

2019 is here, and we have reasonably good expectations for the coin market this year...

NGC Certifies 2007-D Washington Quarter on Manganese Dollar Planchet

We believe it is highly likely (although impossible to know for certain) that the coin was struck on a 2007-D Washington dollar planchet...

NGC Attends 'First Strike' at Mint for Apollo 11 Coins

The coins will be released in January to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing...

NGC Certifies Unique Pair of Lincoln Medal Die Trials

These Lincoln medals are uniface since each die was tested separately on a lead planchet...

U.S. Nickel Overstruck by Chilean 10 Pesos Dies

This error likely occurred when the nickel was tossed into a bin containing 10 pesos planchets at the Santiago mint...

Canadian Mint Errors

Here are some Canadian mint error that I wanted to share with the readers of Mint Error News Magazine...

A Collection of Euro Errors

One of our readers from the Netherlands wanted to share his collection of Euro mint errors...

Prices Realized In The January 2019 FUN Heritage Auction

The following mint errors sold in the January 9-14, 2019 FUN US Coins Signature Auction...

Prices Realized In The January 2019 NYINC Heritage Auction

The following mint errors sold in the January 6-7, 2019 NYINC World Coins Signature Auction...

DISCOVERY COIN: Mule Die Clash

Mint Error News Magazine reports the discovery of the unique mule die clash discovery coin certified by PCGS...

NGC Certifies Unique Gold $1 1852 Judd #138 On A Cut-Down Gold Plated Seated 10¢

It is the only known U.S. pattern or coin that was gold plated (gilt) at the Mint and then overstruck...

Extremely Rare Buffalo Nickel on an Elliptical Planchet

There are only 2 known for the entire series from 1916 to 1938...

Martha Washington 5¢ Discovery

A remarkable Martha Washington test coin, which although it was known to exist, none were privately owned until now...

NGC Certifies the King of Mint Errors

The first 1943 bronze cent to be discovered is now graded by NGC and was on display at the NGC booth at the ANA World's Fair of Money...

NGC Certifies Unique Argentina 8 Escudos Silver Die Trial

It is fascinating that this unique obverse silver die trial exists for the already excessively rare gold 8 Escudos...

NGC Certifies Unique "Mint Cancelled" Error Coin

This 2007-D Washington quarter was originally struck on a Sacagawea $1 planchet before being cancelled by the US Mint...

NGC Graders Discover "Light Finish" 2018-S Silver Reverse Proof Set Half Dollars

NGC will attribute this new variety by request through its VarietyPlus service...

"Two Tailed" Dual Date Double Denomination Mule

In this case a 2006 Chilean 5 Pesos reverse die was mis-matched with a 2006 Chilean 1 Peso reverse die...

Prices Realized In The August 2018 ANA Heritage Auction

The following mint errors sold in the August 14-19 2018 ANA US Coins Signature Auction...

PCGS Certifies Unique Canada Platinum Striking

This is the only known Canadian $100 platinum striking of any design or series...

PCGS Certifies 1875 20 Cent Die Trial

There are only 3 known die trials in the entire 20 Cent series...

Long Beach Expo June 2018

We have not had any coin shows now for a few months, and are looking forward to setting up at the Long Beach Expo...

NGC Certifies 2016 Silver Eagle with Very Rare Mint Error

The severity of the die clash is among the most dramatic ever seen on a US Mint bullion coin...

NGC Experts Identify Mint Error on 2014 5 oz Silver ATB Coins

The Great Smoky Mountains coins are missing a "P" mintmark that ought to accompany their matte finish...

Magnetic Screw Struck and Bonded onto Cent

I wanted to share this incredible mint error with the readers of Mint Error News...

Strike Clips

Among the different kinds of clipped coins is a rare type called a Strike Clip...

Prices Realized In The April 2018 Central States Heritage Auction

The following mint errors sold in the April 25-29, 2018 CSNS US Coins Signature Auction #1274...

Prices Realized In The June 2018 Long Beach Heritage Auction

The following mint errors sold in the June 14-17, 2018 Long Beach Expo US Coins Signature Auction #1276...

PCGS Certifies Unique Mated Pair of Proof Gold Die Caps

This is a unique mated pair of the only known reverse die caps for any Canadian gold coin...

Find Opportunities To Examine Mint Errors

Here are some ways you can get some "experience" without having to actually buy any coins...

NGC-certified Sacagawea Dollar / Washington Quarter Mule Sets a Record

In a Stack’s Bowers auction in March, the 17th known specimen realized $192,000...

FUN Show 2018... And The Year Ahead

The FUN coin show in Tampa FL, January 3-7th, 2018, was one of the best shows we've attended in years...

Legendary Off-Metal Error

Wartime demand for copper caused the U.S. Mint to change the composition of the Lincoln cent planchet in 1943...

A Collection of Russian Mint Errors

Mint error collector Alexander Filer from New Jersey wanted to share his incredible collection...

Argentina Striking Errors

Argentina provides us with two striking errors...

Prices Realized In The January 2018 FUN Heritage Auction

The following coins sold in the January 3-8, 2018 FUN US Coins Signature Auction #1271...

Prices Realized In The February 2018 Long Beach Heritage Auction

The following coins sold in the February 22-26, 2018 Long Beach Expo US Coins Signature Auction #1272...

Martha Washington Obverse Die

Used to strike half dollar experimental test pieces for U.S. Judd #2131...

Off Metals

An off-metal is defined as a coin which is struck on the planchet of a different denomination of coin...

NGC Grades Likely Unique French Gold Pattern

The 1848A Essai 5 Franc is the only known gold 5 Franc of the Ceres design...

Unique Chilean Numismatic Rarities

This is a spectacular collection of Chilean unique numismatic rarities...

Prices Realized In The September 2017 Long Beach Heritage Auction

The following coins sold in the September 7-10, 2017 Long Beach Expo US Coins Signature Auction...

NGC Certifies Mule Error on 2017 Canadian Timber Wolf Coin

A rare error on a large modern coin is identified by NGC and confirmed by the Royal Canadian Mint...

Pattern Overstrike Certified by NGC

Previously unreported and believed to be unique...

$20 Liberty Struck on a U.S. Large Cent Surfaces Again

The Unique 1851 US $20 struck on a U.S. Large Cent was displayed at the 2018 FUN show...

Mint Error News Special Section: An Incredible Collection of World Mint Errors

Jeff Ylitalo decided to share part of his fantastic world error collection...

Counterfeit Detection: Australia 1944 Florin Die Cap

The sharply defined reverse reveals this florin die cap to be counterfeit...

NGC Certifies Unique Proof Platinum Mint Error

With a mintage of only 5,000 it is remarkable that a major mint error was released...

Fascinating Canadian Gold Mint Errors

This is one of the most fascinating mint errors ever struck at the Royal Canadian Mint...

Famous 1943 Bronze Lincoln Cent Wrong Planchet Error Sells For $282,000

The 1943 bronze Lincoln cent is one of the most famous and sought-after error coins of all time...

Prices Realized In The August 2017 Denver ANA Heritage Auction

The following coins sold in the August 2 - 6, 2017 Denver ANA US Coins Signature Auction...

NGC Grades Rare Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Error

A wrong planchet error such as this is extraordinarily rare for a silver bullion coin due to the extensive scrutiny of these coins...

NGC Certifies 17 Experimental Glass Cents and Tokens

The patterns were struck during World War II by the Blue Ridge Glass Corporation...

NGC Certifies Mexico 60 Pesos Struck on U.S. $10 Liberty

This fascinating and dramatic numismatic rarity would be the centerpiece of a major world gold coin collection or a collection of U.S. $10 gold coins...

NGC Certifies Rare 1942 and 1943 Wrong-Planchet Cents

Two previously unknown 1943 "copper" cents and two other wrong-planchet errors were recently certified by NGC...

Error Coin Collecting Opportunities For 2017

The year is off to a good start in our opinion, with our sales being brisk, major auction results looking relatively strong, and overall good activity in the market...

Prices Realized in the June 2017 Long Beach Expo Heritage Auction

The following coins sold in the June 8 - 11, 2017 Long Beach Expo US Coins Signature Auction...

Prices Realized In The April 2017 Central States Heritage Auction

The following coins sold in the April 26 - 30, 2017 CSNS US Coins Signature Auction...

The Unique Roosevelt Dime Two-Tailed Mule

As an error type, mules are the rarest, with just 23 examples known...

Unique "Two Headed" Off-Metal

This is one of three known U.S. or World coins that were struck...

NGC Certifies Unique GOLD Belgium Franc Obverse Die Trial (1904 Design Overstruck on 1903 Design)

This is a unique, spectacular and dramatic Belgium Franc struck in GOLD...

A Visit With Fred Weinberg

It is always a pleasure to visit Fred Weinberg in his office to conduct business...

NGC Certifies Unique Cent

1982-D Small Date variety previously unknown in bronze...

The Baltimore Coin Show & the Coin Market

We’re finally catching up after a busy Baltimore coin show...

NGC Grades Rare Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Error

A unique Canadian Maple Leaf error is certified by NGC...

Grading and Honesty in Numismatics

This very short article is on coin grading and honesty among coin dealers and collectors...

Prices Realized In The February 2017 Long Beach Heritage Auction

The following coins sold in the February 2017 Long Beach Expo US Coins Signature Auction...

Prices Realized In The April 2017 Dallas Heritage Auction

The following coins sold in the April 2017 Dallas US Coins Signature Auction...

What Are Struck-Throughs?

Struck-throughs range from very small to large...

MINT ERRORS: Sales Prices for the Top 100

This is a list of the top 100 United States Mint Errors that have recently sold...

PCGS Certifies Unique TWO-HEADED Nickel

This is the only known U.S. regular issued coin of ANY denomination that was struck with two obverse dies...

Building an Error Type Set

The error type set collection is based on the minting process, with the ultimate goal of finding one of every type...

Struck Through Errors

Simply put, it is anything which is struck into the coin, but which was not "retained" in the strike...

Prices Realized In The January 2017 FUN Heritage Auction

The following coins sold in the 2017 January 4 - 9 FUN US Coins Signature Auction...

Doubled Dies vs. Machine Doubling

The distinction between genuine die doubling and mechanical doubling can be subtle...

NGC Certifies Unique 1943 Lincoln Cent 13-Piece Set Including an Experimental Antimony Test Piece

These were part of the metallurgical testing done by the Philadelphia Mint for an alternative to the pre-1943 bronze cent...

NGC and PCGS Certify Previously Unknown Experimental Blanks and Planchets

This is part of the U.S. Mint’s history and production of experimental coinage...

A Collection of State Quarters Struck on Elliptical Planchets

U.S. coins struck on elliptical planchets are scarce, making this an impressive collection...

NGC Certifies Pair of Unique 1880 Spain 50 Centimos Coins

These two strikings were most likely presented to King Alfonso XII, whose portrait appears on the obverse...

Unique "Two Tailed" Off-Metal

This is one of two known U.S. or World Coins in numismatic history that were struck by either two obverse or two reverse dies and struck on an off-metal planchet...

Prices Realized In The September 2016 Long Beach Expo Heritage Auction

The following coins sold in the 2016 September 7 - 11 Long Beach Expo US Coins Signature Auction...

Brockages on World Coins From The September 2016 Long Beach Expo Heritage Auction

The following coins sold in the 2016 September 8 - 13 Long Beach Expo World Coins & Ancient Coins Signature Auction...

NGC Certifies Pair of Rare, Historic French Mint Errors

Two mirror brockages were likely the very first (or only) coins struck with the reverse die cap...

PCGS Certifies TRANSITIONAL 1989-D Lincoln Cent Struck on a 3.1 Gram Copper Planchet (Pre-1983 Cent Planchet)

It encompasses not only the popularity of the 1983 copper transitional Lincoln Cents but also the excitement and mystique of being struck by the Denver Mint 6 years later...

NGC Certifies Unique Double Denomination

It is unique since it is a double denomination that is 4 years apart...

Baltimore Coin Show Report - July 2016

The Baltimore Whitman coin show was a decent show this July...

PCGS Certifies Unique Proof Canadian $15 Struck on a $50 Maple Leaf 1 oz. Gold Planchet

This is one of the rarest, most expensive and spectacular Canadian mint error coins known...

PCGS Certifies Walking Liberty Half Struck 50% Off-Center - Finest Known & Most Off-Center

This is the finest known and most off-center Walking Liberty Half...

Prices Realized In The June 2016 Long Beach Expo Heritage Auction

The following coins sold in the June 8 - 13, 2016 Long Beach Expo US Coins Signature Auction #1236...

Prices Realized in the August 2016 ANA Heritage Auction

The following coins sold in the 2016 August 10 - 15 ANA US Coins Signature Auction - Anaheim #1238...

From the Grading Room: 1964 Lincoln Cent Struck On a Coin of India

NGC Graders share an intriguing and visually dramatic error coin that was recently submitted for certification...

Unique Double Struck Peace Dollar

Major mint errors in the U.S. Peace Dollar series are very rare...

NGC Certifies Unique Pair of Proof Quarters Struck on a Silver Barber Quarter and a Silver Canadian Quarter

Proof coins are struck by technicians who hand feed the blanks into special presses...

NGC Certifies Colombia Pattern Oddity

NGC recently certified a 1918 10 Peso pattern struck over a US WWI-era pin...

Coin Show Report: Baltimore Whitman Expo April, 2016

This coin show held every Spring, is one of our regular shows which we attend every year...

PCGS Certifies Unique SPECIMEN Canada 1/2 oz Maple Leaf $20 Brass Uniface Die Trials

These are the only known Canadian $20 SPECIMEN brass die trials of any design or series...

Prices Realized In The 2016 Central States Heritage Auction

The following coins were in the 2016 April 27 - May 2 CSNS US Coins Signature Auction - Chicago #1234...

Error Coins This Summer of 2016

Error Coins in the Numismatic Market have been really heating up...

Highest Prices Realized for World Mint Errors in Heritage Auctions

The following coins sold in past Heritage Auctions...

NGC Certifies First Foreign Gold Pattern Ever Struck by United States

NGC graders have certified a rare 1855 Peruvian Gold Pattern 2 Peso struck at the Philadelphia Mint....


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You can find articles on patterns, test pieces and die trials on Mint Error News. Some of these articles are on discovery pieces, prices realized or other related topics. Another website which exclusively reports on U.S. patterns, die trials, test pieces, splashers, hub trials and other unique numismatic items is uspatterns.com. Andy Lustig and Saul Teichman are the two co-founders of this website and club. You can contact Andy regarding a U.S. Pattern or Die Trial at editor@minterrornews.com.

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I have a two headed coin. Is this a rare mint error? If so what is it worth?


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What you have is called a "magician's coin." This is a novelty piece and can be purchased at a magic shop. These have no numismatic value and are for entertainment only. There are approximately thirty genuine two-headed or two-tailed coins that have been authenticated by ANACS, PCGS and NGC. There are only four known "Two Tailed" U.S. coins: three Quarters and one Dime. One of the Quarters recently sold for $80,000. Two of the world coins are Canadian Copper Cents that were struck with two reverse dies and authenticated by PCGS. These were part of a Canadian Mint Error Collection and they have since been featured in a front page Coin World article.

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I think I found an error coin, what type of errors are there? Where can I quickly look up information?


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Visit CoinFacts.com. This Internet Encyclopedia has descriptions, explanations and pictures of the many different types of errors.

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I've been collecting mint error coins for years and want to have my collection certified. How do I go about doing this?


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There are three major third party grading services that authenticate, certify and encapsulate mint errors:
1. ANACS - ANACS has been certifying major mint errors for thirteen years. They have an excellent track record and have slabbed many of the finest errors in the world. Thousands of mint error collectors rely on ANACS's reputation to certify their mint errors.
2. PCGS - PCGS is one of the largest third party grading services and started certifying mint errors in March of 1999. They are located in California.
3. NGC - NGC is one of the largest third party grading services located in Florida and have been certifying mint errors for two years.

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I collect mint error coins but I am confused by some of the abbreviations used by the grading services when describing the error. Could you please help me out?


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Here is the generally accepted list, and primarily used by ANACS, PCGS & NGC:
O/C - off center, D/S - double struck, T/S - triple struck, M/S - multi struck, F/O - flipover, B/S - broadstruck, DBL DENOM - double denomination, CB - counterbrockage, FRAG - fragment, BROCK - brockage, TRANS - transitional, EXP - experimental, PLN - planchet, TR - trial, ADJ - adjustment, STK - struck, PC - partial collar, BND - bonded, MTD PR - mated pair, T1 - type 1.

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I found a coin that shows doubling of the letters, design and portrait. Is this a double die or a double struck coin?


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What you most likely have is a coin with mechanical doubling, ejection doubling, or strike doubling. This is very common and has little or no value as a mint error.

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I just found a State Quarter that looks like it's golden or brass. Is this made out of the same metal as the new golden dollar?


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Chances are your State Quarter has been plated after it left the Mint. Check to see if the edge is the same color as the rest of the coin. If it is the same color, the coin has been plated. If the edge is copper colored you might have genuine a mint error. Please e-mail a picture to allow us to evaluate your coin. There are approximately 15 known 1999 State Quarters struck on Experimental Planchets. All five states in the 1999 series (DE, PA, CT, GA and NJ) have been discovered. These Experimental State Quarters have sold for as high as $10,000 each, depending on which state, the coin's condition and which type of experimental composition was used. There are four known types of experimental compositions which have been discovered so far on 1999 State Quarters.

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I found a penny (nickel or dime) that looks slightly misshaped or a little off-center. Is this error worth anything? How can I sell it?


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Most minor errors on the smaller denominations are common and are only worth a few dollars. Either keep it as a souvenir or sell it on eBay.




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