U.S. Mint Investigates Flub on Wisconsin Quarter

The Wisconsin state quarter, seen here in the U.S. Mint official version.

The Wisconsin state quarter, shown here in the U.S. Mint official version. U.S. Mint hide caption

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A number of commemorative quarters were minted last fall with at least two types of flaws. The U.S. Mint is working to figure out what happened, and collectors are on the lookout for the flawed coins. Michele Norris talks to Raleigh Finer, editor of Centinal, a magazine for coin collectors.

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