I have no info on the Morgan dollar, but $400 for the kind of triple-struck quarter you describe is excessive. Two small off-center strikes on top of a normal strike might be worth $150.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "bigdcoins" <bigdcoins@...> wrote:
> HEY MERRY CHRISTMAS YA'LL.
> Been kinda quite around here. Couple of questions???
> First...........Anyone out there have any photos saved of any cud, on the reverse of a 1921 morgan dollar., mint mark unknown,,,,or know where I can find anything online. Checked vamworld but could not find a vam with a reverse cud,,,,just alot of cracks??? Can e-mail photos to bigdcoins@... if you will.
> Second.........Ran across a triple struck clad Quarter. No date. Cant find any triple strikes online that are not state quarters. Are these rare and could they command a $400 premium. Second strike is 6:00,,maybe caught 10% of the coin and third strike was 6:00 of that strike and maybe 10% of the second 10%. So it is not a major eye appeal but fairly decent appeal with a neat sequence. It is in a pci holder,,,ms63. Not into quarter errors so I would purchase for re-sale but at that price just need some feedback from the experts. Hate to lose my shirt. Santa's already been hear and didn't bring me another shirt so when Jim, Jack and the captain wears off,,,it may get a little nippy.
> Again Merry christmas and a happy new year.
> Doug Huntley