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Opinions On My 1982 D Quarter? Toning? Error?

 
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Looks pretty normal in these pics. Are you referring to the slightly darker color?



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Yes and the pics don't do full justice it has slight red purple and light bronze coloring not sure if it's toning or what. Never seen one like it
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Not sure of it being an error, but toned yes. Looks natural to me. Going by the photos I'd say this one falls somewhere in an MS63 range. The reason I bring that up is, if you are not aware, in 1982 and 1983 the mint did not offer mint sets on a national basis. Meaning, they could only be bought directly at each mint in person. Philadelphia or Denver. They are commonly referred to as souvenir sets. And they are pricey.
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Not an error--environmental toning. Possibly could have been lightly cleaned early in its life, with some toning beginning to take place afterward. I say that because--given the photos--areas immediately adjacent to lettering appear darker--perhaps some accumulated crud vs. the cleaner-looking fields.

Closer, sharper photos would help.
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dirt only around the devices makes me think its been cleaned
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