I found an extremely rare “double cube” quarter in a roll of coins worth up to $200 – the exact details to look for

COIN fans should be on the lookout for flaws on their tracks – as “double die” versions can fetch them hundreds of dollars.

TikTok user Diggin Dave, who is a fan of coin roll hunting and metal detection, recently did just that.

TikTok user Diggin Dave found a 200-year neighborhood of George Washington coined in 1976

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TikTok user Diggin Dave found a 200-year neighborhood of George Washington coined in 1976
It could be worth as much as $200, according to Dave, but a similar version sold for $3,246 at auction a few years ago

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It could be worth as much as $200, according to Dave, but a similar version sold for $3,246 at auction a few years ago

Looking through a roll of coins, he claims to have found a 200-year-old George Washington quarter sheet, minted in 1976.

The text contains a double dice error, meaning the coin could be worth $150 to $200, according to Dave.

The error relates to the duplication of certain elements on the coin.

In this case, the letters “R”, “E” and “B” in the word Liberty have all been doubled on the left side.

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The coin was first minted in 1975 to celebrate the 200th anniversary of US independence.

It was minted in 1975 and 1976 and has the double dates of 1776-1976 on the actual coin.

Dave said in the video: “I just found an amazing find. I actually found one last year, it’s extremely rare.

“I always check my 1976 Denver Bicentennial for the FS-101 or double death.

He then placed the coin under a microscope to show the doubling of the text, adding: “Very rare quarter that I have just found in a scroll.”

As always, the value of a coin is only how much someone else is willing to pay for it.

In other words, you are not guaranteed to get hundreds or thousands if you have a similar one.

In 2019, a Denver Bicentennial Double Cube sold for $3,246, according to the Professional Coin Grading Service.

Meanwhile, in July 2022, another bicentennial quarter sold on eBay for $128 after receiving eight bids.

It didn’t have the double dice error, but had been hit off-center.

Is your spare change worth a fortune?

If you think you have a rare coin, you may be able to craft a real coin.

The most valuable coins tend to be those with a low mintage or error, as they are considered the most valuable by collectors.

To find out if your spare change could be worth a fortune, check how much each coin is selling for on eBay.

Search for the full name of the coin, select the “sold” list, then toggle the search to “highest value”.

It gives you an idea of ​​the amount of money the coin is intended for.

You can either sell the coin on eBay or through a specialized website like Coinappraiser or USA Coin Book.

If you choose eBay, remember to set a reserve price that is higher than or at least equal to the coin’s face value – or you’ll make a loss.

You also need to be aware that even if your coin “sells” on eBay for a high price, there is no guarantee that the buyer will pay.

eBay states in its terms and conditions that bidders are entering into a “legally binding contract to purchase an item”, but there is no way to enforce this rule.

The best eBay can do is add a note to their account for the unpaid item or remove their ability to bid and buy.

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We reveal the most valuable coins with a double dice error, including both Lincoln Pennies and Washington Quarters.

And we’ve rounded up the most valuable coins featuring US Presidents, including a $267,000 silver dollar featuring Dwight Eisenhower.

https://www.the-sun.com/money/5978066/double-die-quarter-value-details/ I found an extremely rare “double cube” quarter in a roll of coins worth up to $200 – the exact details to look for

CELINE CASTRONUOVO

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