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    Posted 2 months ago

    Tahiti1
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    This is a very fine 1917 silver quarter. There is no mint mark that I can see. Please help if you can, I am pretty certain that the back of coin has a minting error on the right wing, but am unsure. Thank you for any help. I think it may also be slightly off center.

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    1. Cisum Cisum, 2 months ago
      It looks to be the left wing when looking at PIC #1 turned the right way. Like a small smidgen f you will. A drop of melted metal.
      I compared with several images of the 1917.

      T.
    2. Tahiti1 Tahiti1, 2 months ago
      Is a blob on the wing considered a mint error?

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