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PLEASE call for an appointment [Area Code (914) Number 649-3317], we can meet 8-8 any day of the week, but by prior arrangement.

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D. 1917 no mint mark

A dollar retail.

D. 1975 no mint mark

Alexis we ask users to limit questions to two complimentary ones. But I'll read them all and tell you if anything is valuable. Marc

D. The D is over the P. There is a black wash on the front and back of the coin. DD..."In God We Trust" and it is in a wave rather than straight.

I'm not convinced you have an overprint, this would be an unlikely error. The level of wear brings the value here to a quarter, and makes it likely it's wear or damage you are seeing, not a mint error of any kind.

D. Shows to be a 4994or5but I know it's not I'd say 1994or1995both 4&5are there

Okay, I have to ask: just how important is this coin to us? Given the level of mutilation, no matter what date and variety, you'd have to return it to the treasury to get a cent out of it. I can't answer your question because the photo resolution is too low. But please, feel free to not submit a better photo, this coin is frightening to anyone who loves coins!

D. Bicentennial quarter seems to be silver, no mint mark, weight 5.78g Edge of coin well grooved, I looked with magnifying glass it looks like maybe some traces of copper. Any information would be greatly appreciated, I could find very little.

If your balance is accurate, it suggests silver. But it could easily be off. Look at the edge: if you see copper sandwiched between, it's copper-nickel; if not, silver. Since it's Philadelphia (no mint mark), it's not a proof. But without an "S" mint mark, I have to say it's not silver. The color is more copper-like as well. So your coin isn't worth a whole lot more than a quarter, if uncirculated it has a retail value of about a dollar. Hope that helps.

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