What coins have mint errors?

What coins have mint errors?

Such errors are sometimes called “double denomination” coins, but that term is also used to refer to coins struck a second time with dies of a different denomination. Some examples include cents struck on dime planchets, nickels on cent planchets, or quarters on dime planchets.

What is the rarest error coin?

List of Most Expensive Error Coins

Sr.No. Names Value of Coin
1 1969-S Lincoln Cent with a doubled die $ 35000
2 1970-S Small Date Lincoln cent with a doubled die obverse $ 3000
3 1971 Lincoln Cent with a doubled die obverse $ 500
4 2004-D Wisconsin State Quarter with an extra leaf $ 200 to $ 300

How do you tell if a coin is an error?

Common places to notice such an error include the chin, eyes, and ears. Look for any cracks, cuds (or blobs covering an image, word, date, etc.), or missing elements on the images. Turn the coin from top to bottom (no, side-to-side will not work), if your coin was right side up before, it should be right side up now.

How much is a coin with an error worth?

A blank planchet error coin is simply a blank piece of metal that is the same size, shape, and color as a typical coin. It has no markings on it — no heads or tails design at all. Some blank planchets are worth only a few dollars, but many are worth between $10 to $20.

Are mint error coins worth more?

The value of error coins changes over time as demand from coin collectors fluctuates. Like other coins, rarer specimens in good condition are more costly. Older error coins are rarer, so they’re worth more than newer coins, especially if they’re still in good condition.

What is considered a mint error?

Coins with mistakes are called “mint errors” and are among the most popular segments of numismatics.

What does it mean when there is no mint mark on a coin?

If the date of a US coin is written without a mintmark, it means that the coin has no mintmark and was (usually) minted in Philadelphia. Coins without mintmarks made in Philadelphia are sometimes referred to as, for example, 1927-P, even though there may be no mintmark on the coin.

How much is a mint error penny worth?

Die clash penny errors are scarce but among the more common of all errors. Pennies with barely noticeable die clashes are the most common — they’re worth $2 to $5. More drastic die clash pennies are worth anywhere from $50 and up.

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