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1967 copper quarter

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Pictures, weight, etc are needed to make an assessment. It could be an actual error, wrong planchet, etc. It could also be post mint damage or alteration. There is no way to tell from a description alone. Your pictures might settle the question if they are sharp and well lit.

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I agree. It looks normal to me. I have also noticed over the years that some quarters in some years appear to be thin. I think they are in tolerances, they just look that way for some reason.

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