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    1999-P New Jersey Quarter, MS68
    On an Experimental Planchet

    1999-P 25C New Jersey Quarter -- Struck on an Experimental Planchet -- MS68 PCGS. Manganese alloy planchets for the newfangled "golden" dollar apparently arrived at the Philadelphia Mint before their intended target, the Sacagawea dollar dies. Mint workers instead tested the planchets using statehood quarter dies. Only a handful of examples are known for each of the five statehood types. The present piece has raised rims, and the peripheral legends are normally struck, without the stretching often encountered on the experimental planchet strikes. The well struck apricot-gold surfaces are immaculate and semiprooflike. The flan is mildly granular throughout E PLURIBUS UNUM, as made.

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    October, 2016
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