Really how rare, really how much?
What I'm about to discuss is not about a famous or popular coin. Like the classic 1955 dd Cent or the famous 3 Legged Buffalo. The feature coin here in my thread is the modern 2021s Tuskegee Quarter.
Yes, nothing earth shaking or popularize coin.
However, here is what I'm curious about. My 2021s Quarter has five special categories that I feel, should bring a hefty premium?
#1. It's an, "Error Coin". Strike Through/Rim Burr.
One of a kind!
#2. It's PCGS Certified. Along w/ Error stated on the holder.
#3. High graded ms 67, close to Top Pop. PCGS Price Guide: $275.
#4. Low Mintaged, only 850,000+.
#5. The Tuskegee Quarter, only a one year program.
The definition of "Rare" in the Webster's dictionary.
"Marked by unusual quality, merit or appeal. Distinctive, seldom occurring or found."
Doesn't my 4 distinctive descriptions fall anywhere
In Webster's definition? Yes, I also do take "High in Demand" into consideration.
Lol. I do realize this isn't so important to know but I'm just curious how one calls one coin, more valuable than another, and why? Lol. Thanks
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