Connecticut State Quarter "Greaser" Error?

airborne1092

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I also found a Connecticut State Quarter with "Oak" in "The Charter Oak" barely discernible.
There's not much wear anywhere in proximity to the work Oak and thought it might be grease packed into the tiny lettering of the die. I cannot provide pictures at this time, but if there is an interest in this, I’d be happy to once I return home.

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greasers are random and can occur anywhere. always look for tampering with a power tool (bad)or borders around the missing detail (good). the Ct. has a very common die crack from bottom mid bust to rim. most greasers will fetch minimum of 10X face and higher. error-ref.com is best place to start researching errors of all types--- lots of data there.
 

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Sure, post a photo! :icon_thumleft:
 
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Here is a picture of the CT state quarter:

"oak" has a light stamp which I conclude is grease in the die
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