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If You Have THESE Coins, You Could Be Super Rich

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When you consider how uniform coins tend to be, it’s clear the folks at the United States Mint take their jobs seriously. However, nobody’s perfect. Every now and then, the mint will make a slight mistake on a line of coins. In the coin collecting community, these are known as error coins. The rarity of these mistakes can make them valuable.

That’s right. In some cases, a coin with a mistake on it can be so much more valuable than a perfectly minted one.
So have a look at your change and see if you can find any of these super special coins.

For some reason, the mid-2000s were a rough time for quarters.
Both of our first examples were state quarters that just didn’t turn out right.
For some reason, the mid-2000s were a rough time for quarters.

Here we have the 2005 Kansas state quarter.

That “IN GOD WE RUST” isn’t someone trying to be edgy. A little grease got in the machine and the T couldn’t make it on the coin.

Here we have the 2005 Kansas state quarter.

If you find one, it could net you $100.

Especially if you find one where both the T and the G are missing. Of course, it depends on the condition.

If you find one, it could net you $100.
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