10 US state quarters with errors

Delaware: Some quarters were minted without the "FG" initials of the coin's designer, causing them to be more valuable.

Wisconsin: A variety known as the "Extra Leaf" error was discovered, featuring an additional leaf on the ear of corn on the reverse side.

Minnesota: Similar to Wisconsin, some Minnesota quarters have an "Extra Tree" error, with an additional tree near the lake on the reverse side.

Kansas: Some quarters have a "T" shaped die crack on the reverse side, making them collectible.

Arizona: A misprint occurred on some quarters, where the word "Arizona" was partially missing or faint, increasing their value.

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North Dakota: Some quarters exhibit a "D" mint mark that was mistakenly struck over an "S" mint mark, making them rare and valuable.

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South Dakota: Variations include some quarters with minor die cracks or errors on the reverse side.

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Wyoming: Some quarters feature doubling on the word "WYOMING" or other elements, making them desirable to collectors.

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New Hampshire: A few quarters were minted with a die error causing part of the inscription "Live Free or Die" to be missing or faint.

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Nebraska: Some quarters have a die crack on the reverse side, running through the state motto, "Equality Before the Law," making them sought

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