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1975 - 1976 D Bicentennial Quarter Error?

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  • 1975 - 1976 D Bicentennial Quarter Error?

    I'm kind of new to error coins. What kind of issue would this be, and is it worth anything? The error that I noticed is that the drummer's ponytail seems to be non-existent. Is this a common error, or did the little drummer boy decide that he wanted a new haircut?
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    Last edited by CreativeHippo; 06-10-2021, 01:17 PM.

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    Coindog...I sent you a private message concerning this post. Please read it when you get a chance.

    CreativeHippo...Based on the photos, there is a possibility of a clash, but missing elements is usually caused by a struck through grease error or circulation wear.
    Bob Piazza
    Lincoln Cent Attributer

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    • #3
      Originally posted by mustbebob View Post
      Coindog...I sent you a private message concerning this post. Please read it when you get a chance.

      CreativeHippo...Based on the photos, there is a possibility of a clash, but missing elements is usually caused by a struck through grease error or circulation wear.
      It's definitely not circulation wear, but how would I go about pricing? do you have any sites that you use to evaluate?

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      • #4
        We do not price or grade coins here. Pricing is pretty much a supply and demand issue. You can search auction data to see what similar coins sold for, but this is not a premium error. I don't know what kind of market there is for it.
        Bob Piazza
        Lincoln Cent Attributer

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        • #5
          People like 1976 bicentennial coins. With a minor clash? No idea.
          Jason Cuvelier

          CONECA
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