The US mint released the Homestead Quarter February 9, 2015, the 26th release of the America the Beautiful series. The quarter portrays the Homestead National Monument of America on the coin’s reverse.
There are well over 100 varieties of errors, all with the P mint mark. Most errors involve doubling in the center window of the Homestead pictured on the reverse of the quarter. Additionally, there are several types of “Snow” that seemingly accumulate on top of the house. Below are a few examples.
These errors generally are not very valuable with the exception of the “snow” die break and reflected pump. Minor errors sell for a few dollars, large snow die breaks and reflected pumps can sell between $20-50.
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4 thoughts on “2015 Homestead Quarter Error – The Strange Looking Window in Center”
Homestead obverse has p, d, and?
I have one of these quarters with the whole back picture upsidedown in relation to the head any idea what it’s worth
I have a 2015 homestead quarter that seems to have the entire reverse side a little off. The bottom rim is thick and the top is barely there.
That’s an off centered coin could be worth good $$