Some quarters are worth thousands to collectors, like the 1999 Georgia state quarter.

The 1999 Georgia state quarter can be worth up to $10,000 due to production errors.

It features George Washington's image on the front and a peach on the back, representing Georgia.

Discover if you have a valuable quarter with these distinctive features.

Errors in experimental metals used for Sacagawea dollars boosted the value.

The coin's golden tint came from a new metal alloy tested by the U.S. Mint.

Despite not using the alloy for quarters, these coins are now highly sought after.

Valuable quarters are heavier, thicker, and have a distinctive golden color.

Look for quarters without the copper stripe and with tongue edge irregularities.

Don't overlook your coin collection; you may have a $10,000 treasure in your hands!