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D. I see double ring on obverse side , the W in we seems doubled (?) the UST in trust looks faded(?), on the reverse side i see NI on united touching, the E on cents looks like an F , the S on cents looks like a 5 not an S, on the A in America i see it overlapped(?)

Uy vey. UPDATED OCTOBER 2021 FALL ALERT: Mint errors are mistakes made in the production process, related to improperly prepared dies, problems in striking, wrong planchets, etc. There is a current craze in mint errors, much akin to tulips in Holland. Many novice collectors are stubbornly adhering to the notion that well handled coins with circulation wear and/or damage are somehow valuable. Furthermore, there seem to be high-end sales and asking prices in eBay and Etsay...

D. 2007 Utah state quarter on the obverse looks like a double B in liberty and cud on the bottom of the head on the reverse there is a obvious cud on the right side of the coin any information would be greatly appreciated

REVISED ANSWER: The submitter wrote me back with this lovely reply: "Nothing just the fact that you are clearly and idiot when it comes to mint errors I got the coin certified for a cud and double die but your talking about it's just wear and tear... " To which I will add, I'm VERY clear in my web site that I do NOT specialize in mint errors and prefer people not ask questions about them. And he confirms the reason and illustrates the pitfalls of this hobby very well in this case. Because if ...

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