I have found some 2022 Sally Ride quarters with some errors..magnification is needed but they are def die errors...Thanks...https://www.ebay.com/itm/134086539569
Very minor die chips. They're worth what someone is willing to pay. I don't think experienced collectors would pay a premium but newer collectors might.
The selling costs involved would probably exceed any premium you could get. To bring significant premiums "errors" need to have a real WOW! factor. The minor "errors" don't have it.
For me, no minor die errors and/or varieties are worth a premium. They might be interesting to find but they don't carry any real value in and of themselves.
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Not much as far I'm concerned. There seems to be fascination with doubled dies these days, not matter how minor. If you need a 10X glass to see it, it's not worth anything to me.
I have been preparing a presentation for my local club that covers the cents and nickels of World War II. When I covered the 1943 over 2 nickel, I was surprised to see Heritage list it as a "doubled die" in their auction lot description. I suppose it is, but the overdate is much more interesting to me.
Ok...Thank you both for your insights ! I appreciate you taking the time !!!
I agree with the above inputs - just to add to the consensus. Minor die chips are interesting, and if I find one, I will keep it. However, I would not get it slabbed, just add to my collection in a flip and a note. Cheers, RickO