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    Washington Quarter, PR62 Red
    Struck on a Cent Planchet

    Undated 25C Washington Quarter, Flanagan Reverse -- Struck on a Cent Planchet -- PR62 Red NGC. 3.1 grams. NGC designates the insert as (S), suggesting they believe it was struck at the San Francisco Mint between 1968 and 1982, when cent planchets become mostly zinc. The date is off the flan, but Washington and the eagle are virtually complete. In particular, the LAR in DOLLAR is distorted, characteristic of an undersized planchet. The coin was struck aligned with the collar die at 11 o'clock. The orange-gold surfaces are reflective and exhibit moderate obverse field contact.

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