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If you have any 2007 Utah State quarter doubled die varieties that are not shown on this page, we would love to add them to our files.  Go to the Coin Examinations page to find the guidelines for submitting coins for attribution.  Just click on the link in the left column menu to access that page.

In the following listings the person listed as "Submitted By" is the person who sent the coin for listing in the Wexler Doubled Die Files.  It is not necessarily the person who originally discovered the variety.


2007-P 25¢ UT WDDO-001

Description:  Doubling shows on the underside of Washington’s earlobe.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  A large die chip can be found in the lower B of LIBERTY.  A small die chip can be found in the lower R of LIBERTY.  Heavy die cracks run along the base of the bust, through the designer’s initials, and west into the field.  Die chips can be found to the right of the upper F in JF and below the WC.  Die cracks and die chips can be found on the bottom of the queue.  A die chip joins the tops of the T and R in TRUST.  Reverse:  None noted.

Submitted By:  Gerald Weakland

Cross References:  None known






2007-P 25¢ UT WDDO-002

Description:  Doubling shows on the underside of Washington’s earlobe.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  A die gouge can be found between the centers of the R in QUARTER and the D in DOLLAR.  Die chips can be found above JF and above the C in WC.  A die crack runs across the base of the bust and extends west into the field.  Reverse:  A short die gouge runs west from the lower left 2nd zero in 2007.  A small die gouge can be found to the left of the lower 7.  A die scratch runs ESE from the upper right 7.

Submitted By:  Gerald Weakland

Cross References:  None known






2007-P 25¢ UT SF WDDO-003   Satin Finish

Description:  Doubling shows on the underside of Washington’s earlobe.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  A light die crack runs across the base of the bust and through the upper designer’s initials.  Reverse:  A die scratch runs SW from the bottom left side of the 2nd S in CROSSROADS.

Submitted By:  Christine Teneriello

Cross References:  None known







2007-P 25¢ UT WDDR-001

Description:  Doubling shows on the lower left side of the spike to the right of the train engine facing to the right.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  None noted.  Reverse:  Die pitting shows near the rim above the left end of the mountains.  Die pitting shows above the front of the train engine facing to the left.  “Trails” run NNE from the top of the digits in 1896 and from the tops of some of the letters in CROSSROADS OF THE WEST.  A heavy die scratch runs ENE from the top right T in WEST to the rim.

Submitted By:  Gerald Weakland

Cross References:  None known






2007-P 25¢ UT WDDR-002

Description:  Doubling shows on the lower left side of the spike to the right of the train engine facing to the right.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  Die scratches run north from the top and from the right side of the A in STATES.  A die crack runs across the base of the bust through the designer’s initials on the right and into the field to the left of the front tip of the bust.  Reverse:  A die scratch runs ENE from the top right of the T in WEST.

Submitted By:  Marilyn Keeney

Cross References:  None known