When is a quarter not worth a quarter?

How about when it is worth $600? And without all the hassle of having to wait a couple decades for it to become “rare” and “aged”.

Some Wisconsin state quarters were misprinted, resulting in a small circulation of the botched quarters. What has caused the escalation in price? A leaf on the corn stalk pointing down. It is the most expensive leaf to ever come out of Wisconsin.

So, kepp your eyes peeled. With such proximity to the state, maybe our chances of finding one go up? Maybe?

1 Comment so far

  1. Corrie Cole (unregistered) on June 24th, 2005 @ 10:01 pm

    I have a Wisconsin state quarter with a golden hue ,the corn stock isn’t upsidedown but it’s a

    real gold tint . Is it a misprint?



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