This could happen if two planchets got into the die together (there will be a matching error with the tails side but no heads). It would have to be examined by an expert to verify that it is an actual mint error. That will cost you about $40 for an official certification. I don't deal with error coins often, but would estimate that such a coin would bring $50 or so if certified.
sadly their is no addec value so its worth 1 penny
This could happen if two blank planchets got into the press together, causing on to get stamped with only the heads side, and the other to get stamped with only the tails side. This is a relatively rare error, and could be worth $50 to $100 or more. This could also be a normal quarter that somebody has altered. If it weighs significantly less than 5.67 grams, then I would say that it has been altered and has no added value.
The ASCII value of blank space ' ' is 32.
The circle is damage and adds nothing to the value of the coin. But it's still 50 cents.
No. A blank cell has a numerical value of zero.
A blank cell has a numeric value of zero.
Need the value of blank.
A 1961 blank what?????
No. It has a value of zero.
its is just a blank value that is represented by the null word...
A blank tile is worth nothing. Sorry!
A blank cell has nothing in it. It has no text. For numeric purposes it is treated as having the value zero, but it is not counted when using the COUNT function as it does not literally have a value in it.
No. It has the value of zero.
A nickel blank planchet; nickel-$5.00 wartime silver-$350.00
Since the value of a blank tile is zero, there are no points awarded for a blank tile at the end of the game.
There are two (2) blank tiles in standard Scrabble with an assigned value of zero points.
what is the value of a 1834 $10 bill