All indications are that, if this is a genuine flipover double strike, your coin could be worth over $1,000. I suggest you send large magnified pictures to Mike Byers, an error coin dealer, and see what he has to say about it. You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org Good luck!
that is how they were made
Owls are nocturnal, eagles aren't. Owls heads can turn around, eagles can't
To be very blunt, if you hold it in your hand and it looks like a standard quarter but has two heads or two tails, you can say for certain that it's a fake.
There is the probability of 1/2 if it is a fair coin. There is the probability of 1 if it is a double-headed coin. There is the probability of 0 if it is a double-tailed coin.
because it is easy to say and it sounds better than heads or eagles.
HEADS!! Because our heads are bigger than our butts!! :)
Yes. All eagles have feathers on their heads.
No, it's not possible that a double-headed quarter with two such diverse dates could be a legitimate Mint error. Dies are destroyed, if not worn out through usage, by the end of the year in which they are used. The coin in question is almost certainly a novelty or magician's coin.
No they have bald heads so they have all the best friends
meaning of double hump
The probability of flipping a quarter and getting heads is 1 in 2. the probability of rolling a die and getting 6 is 1 in 6.
Zero. Please search this site for the word DOUBLE. You'll find hundreds of similar questions about these trick "coins".
This is a novelty item made by altering two normal coins and gluing the pieces back together. These sell regularly on eBay for a couple of dollars.
This is not a Mint error coin. If you look the edge of it, you will see a seam. Two different dated quarters have been glued together.
If your talking about the faces, then there is only one head, George Washington, but if you are talking about the sides, there are two. Heads and Tails
Yes, both the male and female bald eagle have white feathers on their heads.
They don't. Eagles have feathers on their heads. The bald eagle has white feathers on its head. At one time, the word "bald" meant white.
Neither. Its a 50:50 probability. In the long run, heads will match tails.
These should be double hump heads. They are very sought after heads.
No. The only eagle that gets a white head as it ages is the Bald eagle.
The head and tail begin to turn white at age two.