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1994 D Quarter. Any Advice On This...

 
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Can you post full coin pics of both sides?
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to CCF. And out of the holder please. Might be a die clash or die gouge?
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Clash Overlays:



But don't look like a match though? As mentioned obverse images might show it this was double struck? So full images might show us more of both sides of the coin. If you have to break them down into 2/3 sizes of the top and bottom halves, or even quarters. That might help to see what is really going on with your coin.
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