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 Posted 12/06/2017  07:39 am Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add Jelly1985 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
1982 quarter weigh 5 flat grams is weigh normal? 12nd? 1988 quarter looks like it has been struck half the way! Sorry if I'm not useing the right words for what I'm safin.
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@jelly, sorry but I'm only seeing normal-to-heavy wear and tear on your quarters. The starting weight was about 5.7g, so it seems like your first quarter is a little low. How accurate is your scale--maybe it is at least partly measurement error? The spotting on the '82 obv could be from chemical or environmental exposure. Hopefully, someone else will weigh in and tell you that you have found two gems, but right now I don't see any reason not to spend these two coins.
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