user_90456's Blog

11 Jul 2021

Missing clad quarter?

| user_90456

Buddy of mine wanted me to ask if y'all think this is a missing clad quarter. I'm not an expert on errors so I have no idea.



Level 5


Kevin Leab

Level 4

Some of these blogs....like this one ..may be better posted in the member forums instead.

Too many times in the washing machine does that too.


Level 5

DIRTY This is just a dirty quarter. Imagine a sandwhich for a second. Nickel, Copper, Nickel. Now if a nickel is missing then this may be worth something. If not, well, its 25 cents. Etsy has these a lot, with errors selling for thousands when the coins are just discoloring over time. If they where truly errors they would be in much better protection. Fodder

Long Beard

Level 5

Dirty, as mentioned.

I. R. Bama

Level 5

Look at the edge. Should be a copper sandwich with silver colored bread


Level 6

Looks like a normal quarter to me... maybe just dirty/toned... ; )


Level 6

I agree it looks dirty. Check the third side of the coin, the edge. People forget about that. Thanks.

It's Mokie

Level 6

Just looks dirty to me and the strike is too good for missing it's CN layer.

It looks like it's toned.


Level 7

A regular quarter. This belongs in a forum!!!


Level 5

Look's like a normal quarter. Does the edge show any copper? The edge would show some copper. Looks like a good strike. If no copper could of been struck on wrong coin blank about same size as quarter. From the picture, I don't see anything to show its an error.

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