Odd errors in the new 2022 Red Book?
I've been looking over the 2022 Red Book today and seeing 2 or 3 odd things:
Two Cent pieces: prices got shifted down in the dates between 1870 thru 1873 so that now the scarce 1872 seems to have the more common 1871's prices - anyone want to buy an 1872 in MS63 BN for a mere $325? I know I would!
Mercury Dimes: prices have gotten switched around so that it now appears that the 1931 dime has been assigned the prices of the 1931-D and therefore the Philadelphia dime looks more valuable in lower grades than the Denver dime. When was that ever the case?
Maybe not an error, just a big price hike - most all of the Standing Liberty Quarter values remained static over last year's values, except the 1920-D took a big leap in lower grades: G-4, from $50 to $85, VG-8 from $60 to $115, F-12 from $60 to $150, VF-20 from $120 to $175. Not sure what happened in the past year to justify such a leap for just one SLQ.