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1997 Washington Quarter 100% Missing Clad?

 
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 Posted 10/26/2021  01:54 am Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add cuts1106 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Do graded coins of this type of error have more value/collectibility than not being graded?
Also, this quarter weighs .05 grams less which is within the typical weight range. Don't missing clad coins weight noticeably less due to the clad not being present? Thanks in advance.
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Images would be very helpful
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we cannot help you without photos

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Don't missing clad coins weight noticeably less due to the clad not being present?


First, welcome to CCF. Second, yes that is true. It seems more likely that your coin has surface staining from chemical or environmental exposure, but an overall pic would be very helpful to confirm. Here is a link to the tutorial:

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 Posted 10/26/2021  11:36 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add coop to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Most of the coins posted here with new ones is often outdoor finds that alters the surface of the coins. Turn them Brown in color.

If the color is brown, it is probably a metal detector coin. If the coin is red in color like a cent, then it is worth pursing.

Note the coin on the left, the strike is weakened because of the missing cladding. Also the color it red, not brown. The one of the right is a metal detector coin. Brown in color, strong strike, Not a missing cladding.
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