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2000-P Virginia State Quarter Coin - NGC Mint Error MS-65 - Quadruple Struck
2000-P Virginia State Quarter Coin - NGC Mint Error MS-65 - Quadruple Struck 2000-P Virginia State Quarter Coin - NGC Mint Error MS-65 - Quadruple Struck
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2000-P Virginia State Quarter Coin - NGC Mint Error MS-65 - Quadruple Struck

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2000-P Virginia State Quarter Coin - NGC Mint Error MS-65 - Quadruple Struck

COIN HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Scarce Mint Error. This state quarter was struck four times and is graded MS-65 by NGC.
  • Released on 10/16/2000.
  • The obverse shows a slightly modified version of the original Washington Quarter. The mint moved some of the wording previously found on the reverse to the obverse in order to make more room for the reverse design for each state. You'll find "United States of America," "In God We Trust," "Liberty," and "Quarter Dollar" all spelled out on the obverse of the quarter as well as the coin's mint mark. 
  • The reverse of the Virginia Quarter Dollar pays homage to our nation's first English settlement, Jamestown. The design features the three ships, Susan Constant, Godspeed, and Discovery that brought the first English settlers to Jamestown. Also included are the inscriptions "Jamestown 1607-2007" and "Quadricentennial" to signify its 400th anniversary.
  • The Virginia State Quarter was released in 2000 along with the Maryland, South Carolina, New Hampshire and Massachusetts State Quarters.  
  • Sovereign coin minted at the U.S. Mint and backed by the United States government with a face value of $0.25. 


The Washington Quarter was minted in 90% Silver from 1932 through 1964. They would switch to a clad composition in 1965, and the design of the coin would remain largely unchanged up until 1998, with the introduction of the United States Statehood Quarter Program. 

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