2008 25 cents with copper

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rick.page
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2008 25 cents with copper

Post by rick.page » Sun Jan 19, 2020 4:32 pm

I have a 2008 25¢ with what looks like copper on the edge. I am wondering if it could be a Canadian quarter struck on an American planchet. Is this possible and what if any premium could be attached to it.
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henrysmedford
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Re: 2008 25¢ with copper

Post by henrysmedford » Sun Jan 19, 2020 6:36 pm

From
https://www.mint.ca/store/news/royal-c ... ns-5000068
RCM Multi-ply plating is a unique electroplating process which deposits thin, alternating layers of nickel and copper over a steel core, or "blank", to produce the best quality, most economical nickel and copper based coins circulation coins available. RCM Multi-ply plated circulation coins are proudly produced by the skilled technicians of the Mint's Winnipeg facility, where all circulation coins, for Canada and countries from around the globe are produced.

rick.page
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Re: 2008 25¢ with copper

Post by rick.page » Sun Jan 19, 2020 7:01 pm

So, definitely Canadian and worth a quarter. Thank you, I thought I had something.

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