To attain these values, a coin must be free of all problems such as scratches, spots, stains, cleanings, nicks, holes, dings, scuffs, and any other kind of damage. Coin: 832 , Genre: United States Requested by: bianca, Tue, 28-Jul-2009 GMT Answered by: Paul, Thu, 09-May-2013 GMT Last review by Coin Quest: Mon, 15-May-2017 GMT Requester description: 1901 inscription: e pluribus unum / united states of america in god we trust one dollar.
BETTER DATES (for common dates, see the table further up on this page)1878CC: US dollars approximate catalog value1879CC: 01880CC: 01881CC: 01884CC: 01885CC: 01888S: 01889CC: 001892CC: 01892S: 01893: 01893CC: 01893O: 01893S: 001894: 001895: 0001895O: 01895S: 01899: 01902S: 01903O: 01903S: 0Be sure you understand what 'catalog' means, as this is an inflated value.
Both PCGS and NGC grade and attribute these coins as individual varieties, and indeed NGC will encapsulate the three varieties together if you have the coins to submit.
Perhaps the best comparison to these coins is the famed 1937-D Three-Legged Buffalo Nickel, a variety caused by overpolishing of a single die.
In 20, special circulating commemoratives known as the Westward Journey Nickel Series were released to commemorate the bicentennial of Lewis and Clark's expedition to explore the Louisiana Purchase and eventually the North American continent.
The nickel is a natural choice for this series, as the obverse has long featured Thomas Jefferson, who was President during Lewis and Clark's explorations.
Coin dealers use the margins to keep their business afloat.
Note: ff you have a 1921 peace silver dollar, and not a 1921 Morgan silver dollar (the picture on this page shows a Morgan dollar), you have a valuable coin.
To attain these values, a coin must be free of all problems such as scratches, spots, stains, cleanings, nicks, holes, dings, scuffs, and any other kind of damage.
This would produce an impression in the die which would create a raised element on the coins produced." Unexplained, though, is the location of the die modification and the fact that both varieties resemble extra leaves on a corn stalk.
According to Snow, "it may be an extraordinary coincidence or the result of some Mint employee's private artwork." Whether these new Wisconsin Quarter varieties have arisen as a result of a hubbing error as Mr.
First reported by collector Bob Ford, of Tucson, AZ, the more unusual varieties have thus far been reported in only the Tucson and San Antonio areas.
2004-D Wisconsin State Quarter Varieties Pictured above are the three varieties, each clearly distinguishable by the naked eye.