America the Beautiful quarter dollars were clearly the target of the
hunt this month.
Russell McTindal submitted a 2013-P Denali National Park quarter
dollar with a doubled die reverse that I already have listed as 2012-P
25¢ AK WDDR-001. Doubling shows on the back of the Dall sheep’s neck.
While not a new listing, it is still a noteworthy find.
In the Oct. 20, 2014, installment of this column, I reported on the
find of a 2013-P Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine
quarter dollar with a nice doubled die reverse submitted by Edward
Mill. Since then, two similar varieties have been reported by two
Daniel Ksycki submitted a 2013-P Fort McHenry quarter dollar that I
now have listed as 2013-P 25¢ MD WDDR-002. Doubling spread to the
north shows on the right half of the spray from both firework bursts.
Doubling also shows on the left underside of the flag.
The other 2013-P Fort McHenry quarter dollar with a doubled die
reverse was submitted by Charles D. Hudson. Doubling spread to the
north shows on the right half of the spray from the lower firework
burst and the lower right half of the spray from the upper firework
burst. Again doubling shows on the left underside of the flag. This
one is in the files as 2013-P 25¢ MD WDDR-003.
I was surprised recently when I emptied my pockets at the end of the
day and found my first 2013-P Mount Rushmore National Memorial quarter
dollar. A quick scan revealed that it had the first reverse doubled
die to add to my files. While I typically don’t like to report on my
own finds in this column, it fit perfectly into the theme for this
month. Listed as 2013-P 25¢ SD WDDR-001, doubling shows on Thomas
Who will be the first to report a 2015 doubled die coin?
More from CoinWorld.com:
Newman Collection Indian Head cent sold for only $42?
reimagines Lincoln cent with portrait of Ronald Reagan
drops maximum edition on four-coin silver Kennedy half dollar sets
Langbord family present oral arguments as Philadelphia Court of
Appeals hears 1933 $20 case
First Spouse gold coin sales well below maximum authorized mintages
Keep up with all of CoinWorld.com's news and insights by signing
up for our free eNewsletters, liking
us on Facebook, and following us on Twitter. We're also on Instagram!