|us mint error||0.24||0.7||141||83|
|us mint error 1015||1.33||1||1970||30|
|us mint error cents||0.41||0.6||189||80|
|us mint error dimes||1.96||0.2||1313||34|
|us mint error coins||1.33||0.3||1645||84|
|us mint error values||0.28||0.2||6491||57|
|us mint error pennies||0.69||1||8755||14|
|us mint error quarters||1.65||0.8||7087||89|
|us mint error coins list||0.71||1||222||51|
|us mint error lincoln pennies||0.59||0.2||5165||57|
|us mint error off center penny||0.69||0.9||4360||71|
|us mint error off center penny #1312||0.45||0.2||8887||100|
On United States coins, the U.S. Mint has used none, one, or two letters to indicate the mint facility that produced the coin. The location of the mint mark will vary depending upon the type of coin. It has been a tradition in the United States that coins minted at the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania facility do not carry a mint mark since this is the main production facility for the mint.What are the different types of Coin errors?
There are three categories of error coins as provided by the American Numismatic Association. Metal usage and striking errors referred to widely as “planchet errors”, die errors, and mint striking errors.What is mint error coins?
Coin News. An error coin is a coin that was manufactured incorrectly by a mint. Many times called mint errors, error coins come in scores of "shapes, sizes and types.". The sheer variety of minted errors adds excitement and uniqueness in collecting them.Does the US Mint in San Francisco still mint coins?
The United States Mint at San Francisco plays an important role in our nation's coinage. Although it does not currently produce circulating coins, it mints: Clad and silver proof coin sets