Can anyone give me any information concerning an error on the 1963 quarter? It's not what one considers as a spitting eagle quarter but instead at the tip of his beak it has a split in it about a sixteenth if an inch deep and causes the beak to look like a set of big pooching lips. It's a crazy site. I would post some pictures but I don't think my camera will pic the error up enough too be able too see it. Sorry about that don't mean to keep a good error coin all to myself! Lol if anyone can help me with any information on this interesting coin it is ver much appreciated. Thanks!
Hello again and thanks for your opinions even if most of you just suggested for me to show a pic. Lol I don't have a camera that is capable of getting in that close. So basically I'm going to post the best pic I could get and then I also am going to include two illustrations. Hopefully you can get the gist of what kind of error I have here and what I should do with it. Lol as I said this is a 1963 90%silver Washington quarter.
The first illustration is how a normal quaters eagle head and beak look and the second drawing shows what my eagles beak looks like. Has anyone ever heard of this error?