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How much is a double headed quarter from 1991 with eradicane on one side and fusilade on the other worth?

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2010-01-25 03:40:02
2010-01-25 03:40:02

You have an altered coin worth maybe a dollar as a novelty item.

I have one of these coins. It is not an altered coin. It is thicker and larger thana US quarter. Since both names on this coin are names of products by the Syngenta company, I would suspect this is some kind of advertising coin for their products.

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