How much is a 2005 P Kansas quarter worth?

How much is a 2005 P Kansas quarter worth?

Clad Quarters Both the 2005 P Kansas quarter and 2005 D Kansas quarter are each worth around $0.75 in uncirculated condition with an MS 63 grade. Uncirculated coins with a grade of MS 65 can sell for around $5.

How much is the Kansas State Quarter In God We Rust worth?

$2 to $5
As a general rule, they are not worth very much unless they are especially spectacular in some way. Then they might be valued at $2 to $5, perhaps, depending on condition.

Which state quarter has in God We Rust?

#7 – ‘In God We Rust’ 2005 Kansas state quarter It may seem like a major mistake, but in 2005 some KANSAS state quarters were misprinted to say “In God We Rust” or “NSAS” instead of Kansas, all because someone didn’t properly clean the coin press! Today these mistake quarters could be worth up to $100 each!

What is the error on the 2005 Minnesota quarter?

The most difficult doubled die error to recognize is the doubling of individual trees. For example, if you inspect the smallest tree near the center of the coin and it appears to have a shadow to the right side of the tree, this is also considered a doubled die coins.

What state quarters should you keep?

Simple List of 4 Rare State Quarters Worth Money

  • 1999-P Delaware Spitting Horse Quarter.
  • 2004-D Extra Leaf Wisconsin Quarter.
  • 2005-P Minnesota Quarter Doubled Dies Quarter.
  • 2009-D District of Columbia Doubled Die Quarter.

How much is a 2005 Kansas quarter error coin worth?

Millions upon millions of Kansas state quarters were made in 2005. At least a few have some unusual errors, including: A 2005 Kansas quarter error can be worth $100 or more. The best part: these error coins can be found in everyday pocket change! Here’s how to tell if you have a Kansas quarter error coin…

What is the most recent Kansas quarter error discovered?

The most recent Kansas quarter error discovered is the 2005 Kansas Spitting Bison error. Again, this is a Philadelphia Mint quarter error — just like the other 2 Kansas quarter errors mentioned above. The 2005-P Kansas Spitting Bison quarter is an unusual error that shows what appears to be a stream of saliva coming from the bison’s mouth.

What is the state animal on the 2005 Kansas quarter?

The reverse (tail’s side) of the coin, designed by Norman Nemeth, features 2 Kansas state symbols — the American bison (official Kansas state animal) and sunflowers (Kansas state flower). More than a half billion 2005 Kansas quarters were minted. Here’s how many were made at each mint:

Does a 2005 Kansas State quarter say’in God we trust’?

Minting errors on some 2005 Kansas coins make the customary message “In God We Trust” appear to read “In God We Rust.” Here’s a bit of history and background on the statehood quarter program. In 1999, the United States Mint began production of the 50 state quarters.

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