Coin and Paper Money Collecting/delaware quarter


i have a Delaware quarter.
when you hold it with the president looking at you, i.e. president head on top, chest to the bottom, and then turn it around so the horse faces you, the horse head is up to the top, and his feet are towards the bottom. the horse and rider are upside down.


It all depends on how you flipped the coin.

If you flipped the coin top-to-bottom, then you have a normal coin.

If you flipped the coin side-to-side, then you have a rotated reverse error that could be worth $100 or more.

I hope this helps,


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