A 2020 bat quarter error is a rare coin, which features an image that is printed upside-down. The error is caused by a tiny line that runs along the bottom edge of the quarter, which is called an “upside-down line” and means that the coins were printed looking up when they were being rotated in the US Mint’s production facilities. This error is very rare and can bring hundreds of dollars to collectors.
The design of the 2020 bat quarter is based on the Philadelphia version of the coin. The Philadelphia version of the coin depicts a mother hanging from a tree with her pup. The design also features a portrait of the male sex and sexy eyes. The value of a bat quarter is great when compared to other US coins.
A similar design will be used on the reverse of the coin. It features a Samoan fruit bat mother and her pup, who are hanging from a tree in the park. The image is meant to evoke the incredible care the mother bats have for their young and also raise awareness of the Samoan fruit bat’s endangered status. Commercial hunting and habitat destruction are two of the main threats to the species.
A similar error can be found on the State quarter. This error occurs when the quarter is struck on a dime planchet. The coin has a slightly twisted edge, which was meant to be centered but was misplaced. This error should have been removed before it left the mint. This particular coin has a value of $13,200.
The New Hampshire state quarter is another example of an error coin that sells for hundreds of dollars online. The quarter features George Washington’s birthday, 1788, and the “Old man of the mountain.” But unlike the Washington quarter, the New Hampshire quarter has the “Old man of the mountain” image, which is not visible from the top of the reverse. The coin also has a double denomination, which is known as a planchet mint error.