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1999 Delaware Quarter – A Yucky But Wonderful Error

The 1999 State quarter for Delaware has a relatively prominent error which make the horse look like it’s ‘spitting’. It’s due to a die crack that runs from the horse’s mouth to the “C” or “A” in Caesar Rodney. This error only occurs in Philadelphia minted quarters. Spitting Horse Error Coin While this error may …

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2004 Wisconsin Quarter Error – Valuable Leaf On The Corn

The US mint released the Wisconsin Quarter October 25, 2004, the 30th release of the 50 State Quarters program. The quarter portrays the head of a cow, a round of cheese and ear of corn (Wisconsin’s state grain). The Wisconsin State Quarter had two major Die Gouge Errors during its production. The two errors are known as the “high” and “low” leaf varieties. The …

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2005 Minnesota Quarter Error – Strange Floating Extra Trees

The US mint released the Minnesota Quarter April 4, 2005, the 32nd release of the 50 State Quarters program. The quarter portrays the Common loon (Minnesota’s state bird), fishing, and the state map with its slogan on the coin’s reverse. The Minnesota State Quarter was plagued with several Double Die Errors during its production, most notably the “Extra …

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

2011 Gettysburg Quarter Errors

The US mint released the Gettysburg Quarter January 24, 2011, the 6th release of the America the Beautiful series. The quarter portrays the Gettysburg National Military Park on the coin’s reverse. As of now, there are no major error varieties of this coin.