2006 Nevada state quarter struck on already struck dime
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physics-fan3.14   
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Show us the other side? 

I'd bet this is a "vise job" where a dime and a quarter were put together and, using some high pressure, the design of the dime was transferred to the quarter (could be a hammer, a hydraulic press, a really strong vise, or something like that). 

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BillJones   
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If it were a quarter struck on a dime planchet you would have only a fraction of the design showing. This looks like a normal quarter to me taken from pocket change.

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