It sounds like you may have a significant mint error coin. Sounds like a flip-over double strike, possibly on a dime or quarter planchet. If genuine, it could be worth several hundred dollars. I suggest you check out Mike Byers' website to see if he has anything like it there : http://mikebyers.com Then contact him and send him magnified pictures of both sides of the coin, AND a picture of the outside edge. Good Luck!
Do you mean a quarter DOLLAR? Quarter eagles were not issued in 1968. And could you describe "double 'stamped"" ? (note the term is actually "struck" in coin jargon).
This is a rare misstruck error and is worth up to $90.00 according to condition.
This type of quarter was designed by Hermon A. MacNeil. The M is MacNeil's initial.
August 1, 2009 The US Mint has not issued a quarter with an "M" stamped on it. Probably what you have is a quarter that someone has put their initial on or marked it for some reason. With such a mark it has no numismatic value but is worth $2.52 for the silver it contains.
30 cents; 25 for the quarter part, 5 for the nickel part.
Most likely the ring is stamped with 925 instead of 525. This means that the ring is 92.5 percent silver.
Usually, only 25 cents. Unless it has any odd features like only one side stamped or double stamped ect...
The coin needs to be seen for an assessment, take it to a coin dealer.
Unfortunately regardless of the grade of the coin, the letters stamped on it reduced the value to the silver only, about $3.00
ten thousands dollars
No US quarters are dated 1975, all have the dual date 1776-1976
Since it's impossible for that to have happened at the mint, it would be considered a damaged or altered coin, at best a novelty item with a value of a buck or two.
It's still worth 25 cents, that's all.
37,600,000 Thirty seven million, six hundred thousand Northern Marina Islands Quarters have been stamped and let out for the public banks. There will not be any more of these quarters produced because this certain quarter represented the sixth and final release of the 2009 DC and US territories quarter program.
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.
Gold Filled or Rolled Gold, instead of gold plated or solid gold.
FC = Fiber Coating It's an electro-plating that is cheaper than Rhodium, however it changes the finish. But 925 FC is really Sterling, even if it is imprinted instead of stamped.
It's just a state quarter that has been gold plated and it has no collectible value at all, unless you find someone that wants it.
Check with any local coin collector for sure, but this coin can be worth a LOT of money.
This is a novelty or magic coin that has been altered and was not produced by the mint And has no collection value at all.
It depends on how far off center it's struck, take it to a dealer or collector for a better idea of value.
I would like to get my passport stamped, please. The little skunk stamped his feet, so I ran!