16 Most Valuable Quarter Errors 

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2005-P Minnesota Quarter

Most Minnesota quarter dies with errors are a treasure to many collectors. It’s because of the art on the reverse, which makes the mistakes look more like beautiful art. As for this coin, its double die interests most collectors.

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1999-P Delaware Quarter

Like the 2005-P Minnesota quarter, this coin’s error comes from the art on the reverse. Some strikes on this unique 1999 Delaware quarter have a raised line, creating the error.

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1999-P Connecticut Quarter

Without the error, this Connecticut quarter doesn’t seem to have a lot of value. Its error is at the end of the feeder’s finger. Expect many miners to be interested in this error.

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1999-P New Jersey Quarter

This quarter is among those that the Philadelphia mint struck on a wrong planchet. The workers struck this coin on a planchet meant for another country.Such facts interest most quarter-coin collectors. People would be willing to pay huge sums to acquire these coins.

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1999-P Susan B. Anthony Dollar

The coin sells at a high price because of its rarity and unique coinage error. What the makers deemed a huge mistake is today’s treasure.still from the Philadelphia mint, the coin’s details were supposed to be on a blank planchet. But instead, the workers struck them with a Georgia quarter.

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2000-P Maryland Quarter

Due to striking the coin’s details on a smaller-sized planchet, most of the details look out of place. Quarter coin collectors will always yearn to have this coin on their list.On the obverse, George Washington’s head seems off center. Also, some words like “LIBERTY,” “IN GOD WE TRUST,” and “QUARTER DOLLAR” appear to be bursting out.

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2000-P Sacagawea Dollar

Owning a US mule quarter coin is among the best wishes of every collector. The 2000-P Sacagawea is the first mule coin that the US released. It has interesting errors. The coin’s mistake comes in because the mint struck it using dies that weren’t meant for it.

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2007-P Wyoming Quarter

It’s one of the coins whose errors aren’t easy to spot with your naked eyes. So, using a magnifying glass, you’ll see that the coin has various doublings around the saddle horn image on the reverse.

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2002-P Indiana Quarter

Identifying the coin’s error is easy for anyone interested in the coinage market. Instead of the makers at Philadelphia striking it on the correct planchet, they placed the coin’s art on a dime.

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2004-D Wisconsin Quarter

This 30th statehood quarter has a cow, a corn ear, and a block of cut cheese. The coin’s error is visible with an extra cornstalk leaf above the cheese. Expect the leaf to either point down as a low leaf or up as a high leaf.

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2005 Kansas Quarter Error

The unique Kansas quarter comes with an uncommon error, but still, collectors yearn to own it. It’s a coin with some letters missing from the words “IN GOD WE TRUST.” You’ll find that most of these coins only read “IN GOD WE RUST.”

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2006 Colorado Quarter

This coin carries one unique error that is not easy to see on the other coins. It has a cud error, a bump from an unintended die by the Philadelphia mint. Most collectors and miners go for such coins because the error is rare.

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