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 Posted 10/23/2020  8:17 pm Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add Mookie65 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Today I received these two 1965 Quarters in my change. One weighing 5.7 and the darker colored one weighing 5.1
Is it because its had a rougher life than the other or maybe by chance it's just had a rougher life. I havent gotten a 65 quarter in a long time. Just thought thought I'd throw them on here. Thanks

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Spnders. The differences are often affected by being in the ground or altered with acids. When a coin looks like these, they are spenders. They are not mint errors, they have been ravaged by time and events, just like us.
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Is it because its had a rougher life than the other


Yes. Exactly correct. Only one year earlier and it would be silver.
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Almost 2 Billion minted. Keep an eye out for DDR's.
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10/24/2020 09:55 am
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Thanks for every ones input. I think for me seeing errors with my own eyes would click in my head a little better. I look at picture after picture and I look so long and hard all my change has DDO, double ear, wrong planchet ect. I'm so convinced I spend an hour trying to get sort of a decent pic , send it to yall and soon as I send it I dont see a thing anymore I will tell you that I'm a smoker and hunting for errors has cut that in half. So thank you all again. Stay well
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I will tell you that I'm a smoker and hunting for errors has cut that in half

What you need to do is double your time with your coin hobby
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I only smoke when I drink...I'm down to 2 packs a day now...you think YOU see DDO's...HA!
That's half my collection!

Keep looking brother...
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