Coin Community Family of Web Sites
Live Coin auctions starting as low as $1
Username:
Password:
Save Password
Forgot your Password?


Welcome Guest! Need help? Got a question? Inherit some coins?
Our coin forum is completely free! Register Now!

shaney777's Last 20 Posts

Errors/Varieties Nicknames Cheatsheet
shaney777
Valued Member
United States
148 Posts
Old Post Posted 12/06/2022  01:18 am
We are really grateful for all the kind words!! Thank y'all so much. <3
Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins
 
Errors/Varieties Nicknames Cheatsheet
shaney777
Valued Member
United States
148 Posts
Old Post Posted 12/02/2022  6:59 pm
This is the latest version "errors/varieties nicknames cheatsheet" that Pete Apple and I have released. We have always shared to Facebook coin groups, but I figured hobby newcomers/beginners in various coin forums would benefit as well.

https://acrobat.adobe.com/link/revi...0ce01b6c9c58
Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins
 
How Will The 2023 Morgan Dollars Affect The Value Of 2021 Morgans?
shaney777
Valued Member
United States
148 Posts
Old Post Posted 08/19/2022  9:44 pm
Thank y'all!
Forum: US Modern Coins

How Will The 2023 Morgan Dollars Affect The Value Of 2021 Morgans?
shaney777
Valued Member
United States
148 Posts
Old Post Posted 08/08/2022  11:29 pm
Thank you for the information. Unfortunately the three I have aren't privy marked. It sounds like you believe value will fall on these with the 2023 release. I should sell as soon as I can?
Forum: US Modern Coins
 
How Will The 2023 Morgan Dollars Affect The Value Of 2021 Morgans?
shaney777
Valued Member
United States
148 Posts
Old Post Posted 08/03/2022  4:09 pm
How will the 2023 Morgan dollars affect the value of 2021 Morgans?
Forum: US Modern Coins
 
1982 D Small Date Copper Penny. Only 2 Were Known Of Until This One Here.
shaney777
Valued Member
United States
148 Posts
Old Post Posted 10/15/2021  12:45 pm
Unfortunately this is a large date.
Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins
 
San Francisco Minted Coins
shaney777
Valued Member
United States
148 Posts
Old Post Posted 04/26/2021  12:42 am
jmkendall,

Did you happen to finish the book that you mentioned working on here? I am highly interested in figuring out if it's possible to identify which no mintmark cents came from West Point. Did you test any more and get any kind of usable data? The 400,000 no mintmark 1986 West Point cent mintage is exciting! That 1 per every ~11,225 no mintmark 1986 business cents!
Forum: US Modern Coins
 
Business Washington Quarter Reverse Design Varieties (1965 To Present)
shaney777
Valued Member
United States
148 Posts
Old Post Posted 04/11/2021  09:28 am
Thank you all very much! Unfortunately I waited too long to change the post, but maybe the title will suffice.
Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins
 
Business Washington Quarter Reverse Design Varieties (1965 To Present)
shaney777
Valued Member
United States
148 Posts
Old Post Posted 04/06/2021  05:07 am
It is meant to be a comprehensive coin roll hunting reference for Washington quarter RDVs.
Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins
 
Business Washington Quarter Reverse Design Varieties (1965 To Present)
shaney777
Valued Member
United States
148 Posts
Old Post Posted 04/05/2021  05:05 am
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
RDV-003 = Type C = IIIo --> serif on N of UNUM
RDV-004 = Type D = IIIa1 --> inside edge of wing where it joins body is very weak
Type D (not RDV-004/IIIa1) --> huge gap between right side of N of UNUM and eagle's head
RDV-005 = Type E = IIIa2 --> incuse (sunken) outline of eagle's left wing
RDV-006 = Type F = IIIb --> master hub doubling inside top of Q in QUARTER
RDV-007 = Type M (or G) = IIIm --> rounded (not pointed) leaf to left of arrowpoints
RDV-008 = Type B (or H) = IIb --> leaf to left of arrowpoints extends above arrowpoints
Reverse of 1972 = IIIb/m (?) --> rotated doubling that shows up best in bottom lettering?
RDV-009 = IIIc
RDV-011 = IV = IVa --> N and I in UNITED merged on top serifs?
RDV-012 = IVb --> N and I in UNITED are merged at bottom and at top?
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1965
RDV-003 (Scarce, ~5%)
RDV-004
RDV-005

1966
RDV-003 (Unconfirmed , scarce)
RDV-004
RDV-005

1967
RDV-003 (Rare, ~1%)
RDV-004
RDV-005
RDV-006 (Rare, <0.50%)

1968-(P)
RDV-004
RDV-005
RDV-006 (~50% [P+D])

1968-D
RDV-004
RDV-005
RDV-006 (~50% [P+D])

1969-D
RDV-004 (Very Scarce, 29.1% [RDV-004+RDV-005])
RDV-005 (29.1% [RDV-004+RDV-005])
RDV-006 (Rare , 58.1%)
RDV-007 (Scarce, 12%)
RDV-008 (Rare, 0.80%, ~1,000,000?)

1970
RDV-006 (93.6%)
RDV-007 (Rare, 6.3%)

1970-D (~2,300 working dies, average ~185,000 coins per working die)
RDV-006 (84.3%)
RDV-007 (11.2%)
RDV-008 (Rare, 0.10%, ~500,000)

1971 (average 170,000 coins per working die)

1971-D
RDV-006
RDV-008 (Rare, 0.03%, ~80,000, one working die?)

1972-D
RDV-006
RDV-008 (Rare, 0.012%, ~40,000, one working die?)

1973
Reverse of 1972 (Scarce)
RDV-009

1974
Reverse of 1972 (Rare?)
RDV-009

1974-D
Reverse of 1972
RDV-009

Quarters made in 1975 are dated either 1974 or 1976

1977
Type D (Scarce, one working die)
RDV-011

1977-D
Type D (Scarce)
RDV-011

1978
Type D (Tough)
RDV-011

1978-D
Type D (Scarce)
RDV-011

1979
Type D (Tough, 5%)
RDV-011

1979-D
Type D (2%)
RDV-011

1980-P
Type D
RDV-011
RDV-012

1980-D
Type D
RDV-011
RDV-012

1981-P
Type D
RDV-012

1981-D
Type D
RDV-012

1982-D
Type D
RDV-012

1983-P
Type D (~15%)
RDV-012

1983-D
Type D (~20%)
RDV-012

1984-P
Type D
RDV-012

1984-D
Type D
RDV-012

Sources:
http://www.heartlandcoinclub.com/Do...203-2019.pdf
http://www.heartlandcoinclub.com/Do...02-2019).pdf
http://conecaonline.org/wp-content/..VHandout.pdf
https://nnp.wustl.edu/library/book/527681 (big thanks to Pete Apple!)
http://www.varietyvista.com/09b%20W...arieties.htm
https://www.NGCcoin.com/variety-plu...1998/?page=2
Thanks to Sam Petry!
Thanks to Jose Gallego!

(C) Shane Daniel

*** Moved by Staff to a more appropriate forum. ***
Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins
 
2020 P Tallgrass Prairie DDR?
shaney777
Valued Member
United States
148 Posts
Old Post Posted 03/25/2021  10:00 pm
That is an automatic forum link. Here's a proper link - http://www.error-ref.com/multiple-m...e-direction/
Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins
 
1994 (Nm) Washington Quarter No Mint Mark
shaney777
Valued Member
United States
148 Posts
Old Post Posted 03/25/2021  9:58 pm
I would assume struck through error.
Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins
 
2020 P Tallgrass Prairie DDR?
shaney777
Valued Member
United States
148 Posts
Old Post Posted 03/25/2021  9:47 pm
I see multiple machine doubling on the area in question.
Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins

2017 Quarter. MD Or DDD?
shaney777
Valued Member
United States
148 Posts
Old Post Posted 03/21/2021  2:41 pm
Ultra modern dimes tend to have hub doubling in between the fluting. I've found many of them. Thanks for all your work, coop!

Edit: I should say within the flutes/fluting, not in between. (Hub doubling can be found in the lowest relief parts of the torch.)
Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins
 
Is This A Retained Interior Die Break On The Obverse Of This 1955 Penny?
shaney777
Valued Member
United States
148 Posts
Old Post Posted 03/21/2021  2:32 pm
In my opinion, the line looks incused. Die cracks are raised. I would assume damage here.
Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins
 
2020 P ATB Marsh-Billings Quarter; 3 Coins W/ Same Error From 1 OBW Roll
shaney777
Valued Member
United States
148 Posts
Old Post Posted 01/23/2021  08:06 am
JC Stevens with Cuds On Coins is the only expert I know currently who will list any die chip errors, but he only lists those that are unusual, and the existing list is very small. The error is too common to list every single one.
Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins
 
Very Minor Doubled Earlobe On AZ State Quarter With "Extra Leaf" Die Chip
shaney777
Valued Member
United States
148 Posts
Old Post Posted 01/22/2021  06:11 am
For me, doubled ear State quarters are a tough find. It makes sense as well because of massive quarter mintages and not many doubled ear listings.
Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins
 
1980 D Quarter Missing OBV Clad Layer - 5.5g (Could This Be The Real Deal?)
shaney777
Valued Member
United States
148 Posts
Old Post Posted 01/22/2021  05:53 am
Agree w/JamisonWorrick that not all missing clad layer error coins are underweight. If a genuine missing clad were to be environmentally damaged, I suspect hardly anyone could identify it.
Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins
 
2020 D Penny With A Struck Mark On Obverse Side
shaney777
Valued Member
United States
148 Posts
Old Post Posted 01/05/2021  08:06 am
It is some kind of PMD. I don't know if it's from a coin rolling machine due to the smaller diameter.
Forum: US Modern Coins
 
Italy 50 Euro Cent 2002 Struck Through And Doubling Errors?!/
shaney777
Valued Member
United States
148 Posts
Old Post Posted 01/05/2021  08:03 am
Struck through is reasonable, yes. I am not sure about the leg. Compare it to a photo of the original design, and see if anything has actually been added. It could also be machine doubling or die deterioration doubling.
Forum: World Variety and Error Coins
 


Coin Community Forum © 2005 - 2023 Coin Community Forums
It took 0.42 seconds to rattle this change. Powered By: