Rare $50,000 Mule Coin Error Is The “Instant Win Lottery Ticket” That You Can Find!

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Ah yes, mule coin errors… Oh how unique and expensive they are! I discuss the history of one of the most iconic error coins produced in history. And importantly, proclaim that these coins are findable in pocket change. No lottery ticket needed…

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28 Comments on “Rare $50,000 Mule Coin Error Is The “Instant Win Lottery Ticket” That You Can Find!”

  1. Sean.i have a 1978 “STEEL”lincoln cent..3.2 grams..coin is grayish. Color.i took a magnet and viola..coin is attracted to it..I have images of coin.thanks Sean..

    1. Frank Of The Howard Family hey Frank, any chance you can shoot me a could images to my email? Let’s take a look at it.

  2. Hello Shaun
    Package is on its way, should be there Thursday.
    I believe I have a mule die clash penny, similar to the one recently discovered. This one shows clashing on both sides, neither side bares the image of its reverse sides.

    1. Scott Holliday sounds great Scott, looking forward to diving into it! Appreciate it as always!!

    2. +BlueRidgeSilverhound
      I believe now I can trust you, you are honest and have a pure heart and a love for coins. If your interested I have Vam varieties, walking liberty half dollar varieties as well as others that are unique.
      I will send a few out at a time for your videos. I have sent you three quarters I believe you will like, although they are not varieties; they are really in nice condition.

    3. Scott Holliday it’s not in my nature to be anything but trustworthy. Between me and my wife, we don’t have any financial worries. The hobby is intriguing enough that it fuels me, day in and day out. That’s me in a nutshell Scott!

  3. AWESOME INFO! Thank you for sharing your vast knowledge and taking the time to teach the things we can’t always learn from the books! Love your videos, you always deliver great energy and motivation which is much appreciated! You Rock!!!

  4. I have a 1932 wheat penny obverse with a Merc dime reverse. Ever heard of anything like that or know what it may be worth

    1. Charles Powell sounds interesting, but my first inclination is a magician’s coin. Without an image, it’s tough to call. Can you email me a photo?

  5. you are full of information Sean, but LONG winded at times… just an observation. I’ll still catch you on the next video or at least a part of it… thanks

    1. HD shovel Ed yeah, I know man. I struggle with trying to hurry the info along. My brain farts frequently at times.

  6. Hey Shaun Richard Holcomb here is the first SAC mule dollar you showed is it silver toned like a quarter or is it gold toned lime the SAC dollar ? Couldn’t tell in the pictures thanks

    1. starlanr3rd it is gold colored. It is a struck Sac coin with a muled State quarter obverse.

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