Coinland.com Reports No Millionaires from Two-Headed Quarters in 2006

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Established in 1999, Coinland.com, located in New York, is a pioneer in the coin collecting business. The company announced today that after assessing values of two-headed quarters they have not found any resulting millionaires.

Established in 1999, Coinland.com (http://www.coinland.com), located in New York, is a pioneer in the coin collecting business. The company announced today that after assessing values of two-headed quarters they have not found any resulting millionaires.

Individuals find these two-headed quarters in circulation and hope that they've found some extremely rare government mint error. They then have a company like Coinland.com assess the true value of the two-headed quarter only to learn that their coin is not genuine and is worth very little, usually between $5 to $15, depending on how well it's made and what the face value of the coin is.

Two-headed quarters found in circulation or purchased at swap meets are not made by the U.S. Mint. Rather they have been created as a novelty device, used in magician's tricks or for pranks.

There have been anecdotal reports of two genuine two-headed quarters found in the safety deposit box of a deceased San Francisco mint worker. Even if these tales are true, it is a sure thing that no two-headed U.S. coins could ever possibly have entered circulation.

Allan Rosenberg, Coinland.com President, states, "The U.S. Mint has built-in protections against accidentally making coins that have the improper die rotation or die setup. The shaft of the dies are made to be a certain size and shape, so that they will only fit into the coin presses a predetermined way. Consequently, any two-headed U.S. coin you find in pocket change is a novelty item. A surefire way to tell if the two-headed quarter is fake is to bounce it on the surface and hear the hollow sound. Because a fake two-headed quarter is basically hollow."

Gary E. Haffer, Director of Sales and Marketing at SpiderSplat, states, "Coinland.com is a unique entity on the web by not only offering coins but also providing full service for all your other coin needs and an unheard of 30 day return policy while they are committed to providing quality coins at competitive prices."

Coinland.com sells two-headed quarters and a huge selection of other coins and coin collecting material.

About Coinland.com
Established in 1999, Coinland.com was a pioneer and market leader in Internet coin dealing. Headquartered in Melville, New York, Coinland.com was one of the first entrants into the coin collecting business online, freeing customers from spending hours looking for local coin shops to service their varied needs. With products ranging from US standards like the Indian & Lincoln cents, Buffalo nickels, Mercury dimes and Washington quarters to World coins from Canada, Australia, China and Mexico.

Coinland.com offers an industry-leading 30-day return policy and is committed to providing the best quality coins at competitive, fair market prices. Customer service is available by email 24/7 every day of the year, including all holidays.

About SpiderSplat
SpiderSplat is a Boston, MA, company that provides professional online marketing solutions that are customized to meet specific business needs. These online marketing needs are focused on increasing the number of potential customers that visit your website and improving the rate at which they convert to take advantage of your call to action. SpiderSplat customers are in industries including but not limited to hospitality, technology, eRetailing and medical industries.

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