2004 Iowa Quarters Worth Money – How Much Is It Worth and Why, Errors, Varieties, and History

This video is all about the 2004 Iowa Quarter. Today we are going to be learning the ins and outs of this coin, including its history and the context in which the coin was minted in, its appeal to collectors, and the various values it may have depending on its condition. We are also going to be covering the 2004 Iowa Quarter mint errors and varieties – if there is not a section for one of them, that means that there are none known. Hopefully this is a good introduction to this awesome coin, and best of luck finding all of the valuable errors, varieties, and highly-graded coins in addition to learning the sweet history behind it. Always keep an eye out for good coins, whether they are worth tons of money and rare, or just have great eye appeal and a story to them! This video is made as part of a greater educational series on every date, denomination, and mint mark in U.S. coinage.

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4 Comments on “2004 Iowa Quarters Worth Money – How Much Is It Worth and Why, Errors, Varieties, and History”

  1. Thanks Christian! another great video. I just received my coin scope and was wondering if you had advise on the best way to use it. Lighting, pictures ETC. I noticed on the first coin i viewed 1976 half dollar it appeared to have a DDO and i am not sure if it was a DDO or was just a reflection from the lighting. Do you keep you lights directly on the coin and how bright should it be?

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