Double Denomination Coins
Double denomination coins is one that has been struck twice between different denomination dies such as once between nickel dies and again between quarter dies. The term is sometimes used to refer to a coin struck on the wrong planchet.
One of the most expensive, popular, and desired types of errors are the double denomination coins. This error happens when a coin is struck on a previously struck coin of a smaller denomination. Examples are a cent on a struck dime, and a nickel on a struck cent. The most dramatic are those with considerable design visible from the original strike.
There are a few known double denominations with different dates.
Double Denomination Coins Price Guide:
Additional Price Guide Entries:
Wrong Planchet / Off Metal Errors