1993 P Quarter

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1993 P Quarter

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Hi coinhelp team , I been finding this type of states and 80's 90's Quarters , there is some type of thickness in the numbers and letters , any information please , thank you for all your answers .
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Re: 1993 P Quarter

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Oh, that is normal die erosion. The mint just ran these dies to death. But the older and more worn the musher the devices would get. Now to me, the most interesting part of the coin appears to be a struck through on the neck, that wiggly line. Kinda cool. I guess I should call it an anomaly.
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Re: 1993 P Quarter

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The "Wiggly Line" on the neck, hugeeyes is a contact mark from the edge of a reeded coin
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Thanks Paul and Pahwa.

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