A two headed quarter is not something that was done at the mint, it is a novelty item, generally with high enough magnification you can see the seam that the two coins were joined together. They aren't rare and really aren't worth any more than a quarter.
Double headed novelty and Magician's coins have no numismatic value, but depending on the denomination an quality most are under $10.00
Double headed novelty and Magician's coins have no numismatic value, but depending on the denomination an quality most are under $10.00.
There are no 3 headed quarters minted by the U.S. Mint.
Not a US Mint product. Two quarters have been glued together and it has no collectible value.
This Was not made by the mint. Its a novelty coin or something someone has made. The coin has little or no value.
This is a novelty coin and was not made by the US Mint it has no numismatic collectible value.
Nothing it is considered a magicians coin. They shave off one half of two quarters and then melt them together. On half will be thinner than the other.
This is a novelty or magic coin with a value about $8.00
This is a novelty or magic coin, not a Mint error. It has no numismatic value.
Look at the date again. NO Washington quarter should have a date before 1932. Double headed and double tailed coins are called magician's coins and are made by machining and joining parts from two real quarters. They have no numismatic value but are sold by novelty shops for $5 - $10 and are available on eBay for $2 - $3.
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.
You have a novelty item called a magician's coin. It's not real.
It's a novelty coin and can be purchased at many novelty shops for a couple dollars. If you try to spend it you can get a quarter for it most places, but technically it's a defaced coin and should not be used as money.
It's just a Bicentennial quarter, spend it.
It may have some value, but two headed coins are novelty items with no collectible value.
I have a 1994 quarter double date, what is the worth ?
That's a novelty two-headed coin. They're sold in joke and magic shops.
They are novelty coins, manufactured for the novelty or illusionist/magician's industry. They're made by altering two normal coins and gluing the pieces back together. If you use a strong magnifier, you can probably find a seam just inside the raised rim on one side of the coin, or around the edge. Technically, they don't have any value except when someone wants one and is willing to pay for it. You can buy them in novelty shops for about $8, or on eBay for $2-$3. Sometimes people will spend their two headed coin without remembering that it isn't a real quarter. One WikiAnswers user claims to have made to a coin collection place in Detroit who said they had a real one that is selling for $100,000, if it is authentic. Sadly, no two-headed quarter has ever been certified as an authentic mint error, though one two-tailed quarter has been certified as an authentic mint error. This means that, in theory, a two-headed quarter with the same date on both sides could be authenticated, but the chances are more in favor of it being the manufactured novelty/magician's coin. Unless it's a genuine mistake that occurred in the mint, it's probably worth a few bucks at most. Two-headed quarters are often sold in magic and gag gift shops. See the Related Links for more info about these coins.
It's worth the same as all other two-headed coins. It's privately made and has no value to a coin collector, but sells for a couple of bucks in a novelty shop where it's available as a magician's trick coin.
In terms of numismatic value, these coins are worthless. They are not actually coins. They are novelty coins usually used by magicians. However, some people do have an interest in collected them, and they can be found online from $2 to $10.
Yes,there is a two headed calf.
It's not a real quarter. These were novelty items given out as promotional items.