2014 Arches Quarter Errors – A Fantastic Simple Coin

The US mint released the Arches Quarter June 9, 2014, the 23rd release of the America the Beautiful series. The quarter portrays the Arches National Park on the coin’s reverse.

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

12 thoughts on “2014 Arches Quarter Errors – A Fantastic Simple Coin”

  1. Have an arches quarter with a large glob left on the right top of the arch to the,almost the top of the coin.

  2. I believe I may have an errrored 2014 Utah Arches quarter. My quarter has a circle not only on the tails side but also on the president’s head side. What should I do?

  3. I have a 2014 arches quarter that has a chunk taken out of it were it’s says utah you can barley see the letters were it says utah and you can hold another quarter were the chujnks out and it fits perfectly I think it’s a dye error

  4. I have an Arches quarter with a circular stamp mark through the letters on the front side. The coin looks as if the front design was printed onto the back side of the quarter. I haven’t seen this with any other coins.

    1. I just found one of these where there is a perfect circle around the inside of the front of the coin in the middle of United States of America and cuts the e on in god we trust through the middle of quarter dollar and from the end of the horizontal part of the L to the top of the vertical part of the L. Have you seen many others cause i don’t see any pictures of it anywhere is it rare?

  5. Christopher Rodriguez

    I have a 2014 Arches quarter with a diy crack right in the middle of the Arches making it look like a lighting strike

  6. I have found an error on the distant mountain between the arches. At first it looked like a deep scratch, than I found another in the same position but much lighter. It looks like the mountain is erupting like a volcano.

  7. Received in change a 2014 Utah quarter. It appears to be struck on an other than copper clad disc. Anything like this reported? It looks to be aluminum or possibly zinc without the copper cladding.

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