Coin and Paper Money Collecting/2004 D Texas Quarter


2004 D Texas quarter
2004 D Texas quarter  

2004 D Texas quarter
2004 D Texas quarter  
I found a 2004 D Texas Quarter but it appears to be solid copper. It does not have any silver coating on it at all. What would the value of this coin be? Thank you In advance

Sorry, but to me it just looks like it's been exposed to something to make it change to that color.

The first thing you need to do is find a gram scale and weigh it.  If it doesn't weigh significantly less than 5.7 grams, then you don't have the mint error.

If it is the missing clad error, and you pay the $35 to $50 to get it certified & encapsulated, then you might be able to get about $100 for it.

I hope this helps,


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