Misprinted Coins?

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There are not a lot of coins that make it out on the market that are misprinted. The people that make the coins will usually find out about the misprinting of the coins before they get out in public. If you do find a misprinted coin, you should not spend the coin. If you find a misprinted coin, you either need to save it or try to sell it. The coin will be worth much more than if you were to spend it.
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Please post a more specific question. In 1922 the U.S. minted* denominations ranging from 1 cent to $20, at 3 different mints so you need to state its denomination and mint mark,
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Not Financial Advice: Misprinted currency is called "error paper money" and for coins it is called "error coins" report this answer. Updated on Thursday, February
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There does not seem to be a term for them. They are simply called misprinted
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Error coins vary in value depending on type and severity of the error and, of course, condition. Partial strikes are desired by error collectors, with the dated ones being worth more
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