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    Posted 11 years ago

    moosb8
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    Greetings to All;
    I recently became interested in coins and have started actually looking at them. Found these 5 Wisconsin Quarters in an opened roll. Each with the same anomalies Just to the left of the cow above the ribbon. Also below the ribbon beneath the area between the "OR" and the second "R". Originally I thought die crack but many responses were quite sure they weren't. Any help or input is appreciated.

    Thank You and Happy Holidays

    Frank
    edit:
    1st scan is w/ a normal (bottom) & added new higher res scan

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    Comments

    1. MrDusty MrDusty, 4 years ago
      That is really intriguing. I'd need to see better pictures/more angles to be able to give you an idea of what it possibly is; but I'd definitely hang onto those if I were you. Some of the most fascinating finds I've seen are things like this; or when someone finds a series of uncirculated die-break coins where you can actually see the progress of the die deterioration over the gamut of coins.

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