Andthen there's this, a "Copy Coin" on the Chinesemarket- I would compare this to the first T in "States" on this copy to the OP's Quarter.They aren't found on real SLQ's. I'm sorry. I was hoping it was real until I saw these available for $6 on (Not Allowed). And the stock exchange made (Not Allowed) a stock traded here in the US. We're making these thieves richer.
But you neglect the fact that the style on that fake looks NOTHING like the OP's coin. There was an obverse hub change in 1925, and the devices afterward have a more-rounded appearance. The fake you posted has the 1925-1930 style (which is the kind of coin the counterfeiters would have used to make their dies). Also look at the date (specifically the 1's). There is no similarity and no question that they are from two seperate dies. Also notice the grainy appearance of the fake that is not present on the OP's coin.
The 2nd T in States and the A are not joined at the foot in a legit coinhttps://www.NGCcoin.com/coin-explor...coinid-15732
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You are neglecting die wear, coin wear, and lighting. Look elsewhere (date/mintmark style, etc.) and you will find a perfect match.
Life is like a box of chocolates. A cheap, thoughtless, perfunctory gift that nobody ever asks for. Unreturnable because all you get back is another box of chocolates. So you're stuck with this undefinable whipped mint crap that you mindlessly wolf down when there's nothing else left to eat. Sure, once in a while there's a peanut butter cup or an English toffee. But they're gone too fast and the taste is... fleeting. So, you end up with nothing but broken bits filled with hardened jelly and teeth-shattering nuts. And if you're desperate enough to eat those, all you got left is an empty box filled with useless brown paper wrappers.