2013 Mount Rushmore Quarter Error – Here is a Special Nose

The US mint released the Mount Rushmore Quarter November 4, 2013, the 26th release of the America the Beautiful series. The quarter portrays the Mount Rushmore on the coin’s reverse.


There are several double die varieties of this coin. Generally, the double die occurs on the crook of the nose on Jefferson. Occasionally, the double die is accompanied by a die crack.

This variety is not very valuable. Examples can range from $1-5. Condition is key to the value.

Additional pictures and double die varieties can be found here.

11 thoughts on “2013 Mount Rushmore Quarter Error – Here is a Special Nose”

  1. I have a 2013 P South Dakota state quarter with an error. Thomas Jefferson nose has die break in his nostril. It’s beautiful. It looks like he has a boogie in his nose.

  2. I have a 2013 Mount Rushmore quarter that has no ribbed edge. It has the copper core exposed and looks as if the front and back of the coin were pressed into the copper core! It also looks as if the two sides are silver. Is it an error worth money?

    1. I have a 2013 Rushmore with no L in liberty .very very weak mint mark the coin is circulated .I would give a grade of dog meat.but it is clear the errors are confused with damage .

  3. I have a 2013 P Mount Rushmore quarter that has two clips around the edges and the stamped words on the coin are unusual.

  4. i got a rush more with jeffersons eye lid is cut and there is the peice in his eye and its shaped like a drip/drop so it looks like he has blood in his eye and there is swushing around in side the eye lid looks like blood waves. its awesome

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