Because of minting errors or some very special cases, there are copies that circulate constantly and can be sold for a fortune. Look.
Recently, different Buggy Coins It is because of this that they are being sold for a fortune much greater than their true face value. not only happen with Argentine samples, but it is also something that is happening in the United States. Look.
Wisconsin Quarter Dollar
In 2004, some of the 453 million Wisconsin quarters that traded were marked with an extra leaf on the corn plant. While not easily identifiable, the leaf overlaps the image of an ear of corn. Although it is not official, specialists confirm it Prices paid so far have ranged from about $100 to (in one isolated case) $1,499 by a Tucson dealer—the largest number of such specimens turned up—for a particularly good specimen.
dollar “without God”
New coins bearing the face of George Washington were issued in 2007 and many did not bear the standard inscription “We Trust in God.” This is why tens of thousands of these coins were found years later and sold for between $29 and $228.
“God, let’s go”
This 2005 bug, the product of a fat build-up in the coin stamp, changed the meaning of the phrase because it filled the T in the word “Trust” and made it impossible to detect. Due to where the error is, collectors pay a lot of money for it.
2000 Cheerios Dollars
This coin has a very special history since 1999 in the House of The US Mint has partnered with the General Grain Mills Corporation to promote the new “gold” 2000 Sacagawea dollar coins.and put one of them into every 2,000 Cheerios chests. Only 5500 were created, which is why they are so hard to come by, and many have been lost over the years. however, Those that appeared sell for between $5,000 and $25,000, depending on their state.
Where do you sell the wrong coins
Although there is no specific place where these types of copies can be offered for sale or purchase, They are generally available on various websites on the Internet, especially those where auctions are usually held.