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 Posted 10/12/2017  3:53 pm Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add Hope28789 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Hi I am new and was hoping someone could help me. I found a 1994 quarter and it looks like there is an R in between the I and B in LIBERTY, if you can tell me if if its worth keeping or not that would be great. Thank you so much

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Your photos have a lot of glare but I think I see the 'R' that you are seeing. It is either damage or discoloration that just so happens to look like the letter 'R'.

There's a lot of things that can go wrong at the mint resulting in error coins, but I believe it would be impossible for an extra letter to appear like that.

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here's my 80% "Innie/Outie" rule. "If it sticks up, it may be an error. If indented(incuse), it is damage." Not always, but most of the time an indention is Post Mint Damages ( PMD), only when there is an indention with sharp edges and no raising up of the edge could it possibly be a mint error.

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