2010 Yellowstone Quarter Errors

The US mint released the Yellowstone Quarter for Wyoming on June 1, 2010, the 2nd release of the America the Beautiful series. The quarter portrays the Yellowstone National Park on the coin’s reverse.

Yellowstone QuarterAs of now, there are no major error varieties of this coin.

9 thoughts on “2010 Yellowstone Quarter Errors”

  1. I have a 2010 Wyoming quarter, mine has visible little reverse bubble/dings, very visible error on the word wyoming on the “N” ,the bottom of the “N” left side, is missing, also between “N G” and you can see it behind the lower left of the “G”,. IF THAT MAKES SENSE. i also have a few coins, with the some of the reverse on the front, or printed going over the edge as well…thank you

  2. I have a Yellowstone quarter where it looks like you can see the breath coming from his nose as if it was cold. Does anyone else have this error and if so what could its value be.

  3. I have a 2000 D Virginia on the reverse side looks as of the single ship is firing a cannonball. Just wondering if anyone has seen that before. ?

  4. I have a 2010-D Yellowstone which has a ring around the obverse which matches the inner ring on the reverse as if it was pressed through.

    1. I have a 2010 – D ment Yellowstone with if I’m reading this correctly the exact same things you have described is their any way you can attach a photo and I will tryin do the same for comparison

  5. Monroe McDonald

    I have a 2010 Wyoming quarter,,the scenery on the reverse side is in color.
    Does that mean anything?

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