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2/22/05

Wisconsin Quarter Misprint May Net You Big Bucks

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There was a release of the new Wisconsin quarters that have an extra cornstalk leaf stamped in. Coin dealers say have sold for as much as $600 each.

So how can you tell if you have one?

The correct print of the quarter has a cow and a cornstalk, which has one big leaf.
The flawed quarters also have the big leaf, but depending on the print you have there can either be a small sized leaf below it.

If you think you have either of these flawed quarters, take it to a coin shop and there they can tell you how much your quarters are worth.

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