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1924 D Standing Liberty Quarter

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  • 1924 D Standing Liberty Quarter

    I plan on sending this in to PCGS for grading and wanted to ask for opinions on the errors I've noted if they are worth having it graded as an error?
    The first shows die cracks on the left passing through th N in In God and another starting above G In God also on the right going through the Y in Liberty.
    The D mint mark appears to be doubled or re-struck as well as the R in Liberty.

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  • #2
    There would be no point in sending this in as an error. PCGS will not take note of errors this trivial.
    Mike Diamond. Error coin writer and researcher.


    • #3
      Some people are interested in die cracks, others are not. The old adage, "the bigger. the better" applies most frequently to this type of error. Since the die cracks shown in your pictures re not major, they will have little or no added premium.

      As for the doubling on the R; it appears to be machine doubling. The D mint mark does show a little extra thickness which could be caused by it being an older punch. There is no split serifs, nor independent parts of a secondary mint mark showing, so I do not think it is a RPM.

      From your pictures, the coin looks to be a high MS grade and that will be only factor involved in determining its worth.

      BJ Neff
      Member of: ANA, CCC, CONECA, Fly-in-club, FUN, NLG & T.E.V.E.C.


      • #4
        Thank You

        Thank you BJ and Mike for your responses and BJ for taking the time to better explain the noted errors was greatly appreciated!