Tennessee Statehood Quarter
Asked by: pcbrewer-ga
List Price: $3.00
09 Jul 2002 21:19 PDT
Expires: 08 Aug 2002 21:19 PDT
Question ID: 38031
I want to know the value of a misstamped Tennessee Statehood Quarter. It is smooth around the edges and was stamped off center. Is there a collectors value and if so, what is it?
Re: Tennessee Statehood Quarter
Answered By: mother-ga on 10 Jul 2002 20:22 PDT
Hello pcbrewer, and thank you for your question. The Tennessee statehood quarter has only been in circulation since January 2002, so there are not many error finds for these particular coins. However, an off-center strike is usually considered a "major error" and therefore brings a pretty nice collector's value. Multiple errors, as you describe, can raise the value even more. "Errors on the State Quarters" by Victoria Stone Moledor (CoinWorld) http://www.statequarters.com/Errors.asp Though you should contact an error coin dealer for an approximate fair market value for your particular find, I did find some values for off-center strike errors on other statehood quarters. Depending on the degree of the error and most certainly on the subjective opinion of the appraiser, these values range anywhere from $300-$1250! "Sales Inventory - Quarters" (Rich Schemmer's Error Coin Website) http://www.richerrors.com/quarters.htm Additional resources: value information and error coin dealers "Finding Statehood Quarter Errors!" by Ken Potter (Oct 2000) http://koinpro.tripod.com/Articles/finding_states_quarters_errorsa_.htm Search strategy: value tennessee quarter error error statehood quarters statehood quarter "mint error" "error coin dealers" Good luck with your Tennessee quarter! -- mother-ga
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